PET FRIENDLY = BAD TENANT?
Many landlords have a NO PET policy, however advertising a property with no pets can cut out over 50% of your market.
A tenant who has a pet (often a family) doesn’t have to necessarily be a bad tenant. Luckily, there are safe guards that can protect you and your tenant's if they are looking to have a pet at your rental property.
A thorough ingoing #inspection# supported with photos – outlining specific attention to areas commonly of concern - carpets, fly screen/security doors, glass sliding doors.
A signed pet clause or agreement specific to the pet, noting breed, age, colour, etc. This will reduce the chance of the tenant replacing their tiny little Maltese dog called ‘Fluffy’ with ‘Brutus’ the Bull Mastiff!