For pet owners, finding an apartment can be challenging.
If the perfect place has a no-pet policy, you might be able to convince a landlord to make an exception.
Provide references from past landlords and neighbors verifying your pet caused no problems.
Create a resume highlighting your pet’s qualities, training and medical history.
Set up a meeting between the landlord and your pet to prove that your furry friend is well behaved.
Offer to pay a pet security deposit or an extra fee on monthly rent.
If a landlord agrees to allow your pet, that’s awesome!
But don’t sign a lease unless the agreement and any fees are reflected in it, or risk serious issues later.