Landlords who allow pets do so under specific regulations that protect their properties, and pet screening is a big part of how these landlords succeed.
Without a pet interview or screening, landlords may accept tenants with pets that aren’t a good fit for the property. The relationship between landlord and tenant needs to include the tenant’s pets if they’ll be staying at the property, and this means you need to meet any prospective tenants’ pets before they move in.
What should you look for when doing a pet screening for apartments or properties in your portfolio? Today, learn all about these interviews, how pet screening works, and why doing screenings is vital for your long-term success.