If you’re a landlord with a tenant who has a furry friend, it’s important to understand the significance of pet screening. This process involves assessing a pet’s behavior, health, and history to determine if they are a suitable fit for a rental property. In this guide, we’ll explore why pet screening is crucial for landlords, and what you can expect during the process.
What is Pet Screening?
Pet screening is a process that helps landlords and property managers evaluate the suitability of prospective tenants who own pets. It can include verifying the pet’s identity, health records, behavior history, and insurance coverage.
Pet screening for rentals can also help to determine the appropriate pet fees or deposits that the tenant should pay. It can benefit landlords by reducing the risk of property damage, liability claims, and conflicts with other residents. Read more.
We also have two new Video Extras this month: Filling Your Vacancy: Applications, Tenant Screening, and References and Finding the Perfect Tenant: Pre-Screening and Showings. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel @landlordgurus and receive notifications whenever new videos are posted. And ICYMI, download your free copy of our Landlord Toolkit. Read on to learn more about:
- Why Pet Screening is Important for Landlords
- Steadily Landlord Insurance Overview
- Filling Your Vacancy: Applications, Tenant Screening, and References – Video Extra
- Finding the Perfect Tenant: Pre-Screening and Showings – Video Extra
- The Ultimate Landlord Toolkit
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