Sherprinia Bonner
Sherprinia Bonner
Rental Housing Professional
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Being a Leasing Agent and your boss hands you a lead

on a apartment or house and all of the amenities are listed but the pet policy, does this mean that there is no pet policy or just that they forgot to mention it in regards to you running your ad on it or promoting it? Should the leasing agent then tell the client that there is no pet policy or ask that she discusss it with the landlord or rental agency at time of lease signing? I feel like waiting until lease signing and then they say there are no pets allowed, wouldn't that be misleading a client into believing that they were accepting pets when in all actuallity they weren't?
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Mark Wohlgenant
Mark Wohlgenant
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Hmm, just because it wasn't mentioned does NOT mean there is no concern about pets. People with pets will want to know if their pet(s) can live there.

I would bet that it was simply overlooked. If it were me, I would try to reach the landlord and get to the bottom of it. Find out what is acceptable and what is not. Cats? Dogs? Both? Many times landlords will be more rigorous with regard to dogs, and they'll specify a maximum weight and even a restriction against 'aggressive' breeds. Hope this helps.

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