My new article for BiggerPockets is up and asks (as well as answers) the pets question every real estate investor and landlord has,
There is no hard rule for this, but generally speaking, you should always accept pets in houses. One of the major reasons people choose to rent houses over apartments is because they want to bring Rex and Felix along with them.
Americans lover their pets, so you need to make accomodations if you want to rent to Americans. Of course, there are scenarios you shouldn't allow pets in and rules you should have as well as pet rent you should charge.
The article was supposed to have our video on the same topic from our YouTube channel, but apparently BiggerPockets changed their policies again. Here it is for those interested:
Regardless, please check the article out here.
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