Yes, you are reading correctly. As pet ownership grows, there is growing concern about tenants not picking up their pet waste as they agreed and the negative impact on communities. As a result, apartment management can now check Fido’s poop for DNA and figure out who is not picking up after their dog. Is it you? Here are 2 Ways
Traditional Pet screening is a concern for tenants because, according to the Humane Society, 72% of tenants have a pet. As a result, tenants want to keep their pets when they move. Traditionally, tenants provide pet information in paper form with their rental application when applying for a property. They keep track of these paper documents and submit them every
Top 10 Questions to Ask a Landlord when renting with Pets provides a list of important questions to ask regarding rules, regulations, pet clauses in lease, pet deposit, and pet fees. The answers to the questions will help eliminate any surprises when moving into a new rental unit or community.
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