Pet Friendly Properties Required!

Pet Friendly Properties Required!

19 June 2017
Pet Friendly Properties Required!

Goadsby Lettings in Westbourne are seeing a drastic increase in professional tenants unable to find a property to house them and their furry friends.

Andy Hill from Goadsby comments “It can often be very difficult to find rental accommodation if you do have a pet, meaning there are all ways a number of potential tenants on our books searching for a pet friendly property. This high level of demand can lead to premium rents and on occasions receiving above the marketing rate.

There is often a stigma attached to tenants with pets which means many landlords will not offer their property to applicants with pets, however as a company we do offer a range of solutions to help protect your property. We can charge a higher pet deposit to ensure there are sufficient funds to cover any potential damages. We can also add a special pet clause to the tenancy agreement, which ensures tenants get the property cleaned to a professional standard prior to vacation. Finally with our comprehensive fully managed service we would carry out regular inspections to ensure your property is being properly looked after.

If you are a landlord looking to let your property and would be willing to accept pets, please contact a member of our friendly and helpful team on 01202 767610 or contact myself directly.

Categories:

Residential Lettings

Tags:

Andy Hill , Renting

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