Top 5 Things to Consider When Buying a Home If You Are a Pet Owner

If you are thinking about buying a home, it is an exciting time. You are saving and searching for homes in areas that you love. However, it is not a decision to make lightly. Also, if you have pets or are planning to get pets once you move into a home, there are a few

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Why Market Your Rental Property As Pet-Friendly?

Almost 70% of households in America have a pet – that’s 85 million families. Dogs and cats are the most popular choice, and for the majority of pet owners, their furry friends are considered true members of the family. However, for those renting a house, it may be difficult to not only find somewhere were pets are

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How pets can take a bite out of your home’s value

Our beloved furry friends are often seen as a part of the family, but they can often end up costing you dearly if you’re trying to sell the house. A report in the Wall Street Journal reveals that pets can take huge bite out of your home’s value thanks to scratched doors, stained floors and

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How to Rent to Tenants with Pets

he APPA’s (American Pet Product Association) national survey of pet owners reveal that nearly 50% of homeowners own a dog and 45% of them have a cat. If the findings of this survey are anything to go by, then any serious landlord needs to soften his or her stand and allow pets into the property.

The impact of pets on residential real estate

When making decisions about buying, selling or renovating their homes, Americans, by and large, take their pets’ needs into account, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors

How to “pet-proof” your garden – Infographic

Having a pet that enjoys spending time in the garden requires a two-pronged security strategy: on the one hand, the garden needs protecting from the pet, but your pet will also need to be protected from the garden.

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