by Paul Willis
For decades, pet processes were something of an afterthought within the policies governing rental housing communities. They weren’t regarded as much of a competitive differentiator, so they were often relegated to the auxiliary portion of the rental agreement.
But as pet ownership continues to ascend and more residents than ever are focused on the comfort levels of their animal companions, pet-inclusive policies are becoming a greater priority for property teams. While it’s still a work in progress for the industry, operators that have boosted their levels of pet-friendliness are reaping the financial and operational benefits.
Read the entire article in UNITS Magazine.