For many San Antonio homebuyers, closing day feels like the finish line. And while in many ways it is the culmination of…
Landlord-tenant disputes over pets are probably unavoidable. At some point, you’ll have a tenant who gets a dog or a cat without permission or avoids paying the required pet deposit. However, such matters are mild compared to finding out your tenant has a dangerous or exotic animal. Discovering an exotic animal in your tenant’s possession… [Read More]
Landlords are often pressured to allow pets in their rental properties. With more than 68 percent of American households containing a pet, it’s hard to put this limitation on your Katy rental. Still, only 55 percent of landlords allow pets. That number is growing, since many landlords don’t want to lose potentially good tenants just… [Read More]
You aren’t in the business of buying and managing rental properties because it’s fun. In fact, you take on a lot of risk and deal with too many problems to be in it for some sort of service project. You do what you do because you want to generate some income. But before you go… [Read More]
Most people adore living with pets, and a flexible pet policy is a great way to attract families to your rental property. But pets can pose particular challenges, of course: they shed fur, leave stains, and can cause other kinds of property damage if their owners aren’t responsible.
Pets are a popular “bone” of contention between landlords and tenants. It’s a challenging issue to discuss, if you’re not comfortable with them. Pets are like family to so many people, so when a family is looking for a new place to put down roots, it can be a challenge to find a place that… [Read More]
Pets are a contentious topic among property managers – what kinds of pets do you allow at your property, how many, and how do you charge for them? The majority of property owners require some type of financial commitment from renters who bring animals into the home, but whether that money is returned or not… [Read More]
Everyone loves pets … except landlords, sometimes. Animals on the premises can be a nightmare and occasionally can destroy a property.