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  • Property-a-holics

    As a landlord do you allow pets?

    I have no problem with pets as long as they have good references from previous landlord (much like the tenants).   Like accepting DSS, opens up a wider market and potetnially stay longer.   Might have a different perspective if a had more up market recently refurbished houses.
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    This is great for me they are all coming 50 miles up the road to Milton Keynes - Demand has never been higher.

    Sorry London
    Ben Reeve Lewis said:

     so those 2,000 have had to move elsewhere, obviously out of London. And we are just 1 London borough out of 30, so 60,000 people being displaced??? and this is only the start

     


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    Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com

    Ive no problem with pets. My council has though in the leasehold properties where they are the head lease. 

     They said I was breaching the lease by not only allowing a dog in the flat but also by allowing my tenant to allow his dog to foul the footpath 50yds from his flat.  I asked them how I could possibly be held  responsible for his dog fouling the pathway and suggested they contacted the dog warden as I could not be expected to monitor him 24/7.

    They also patronisingly gave me advice on how to use a pooper scooper!

     I also asked them where in the lease it says he couldnt have a dog ( after i checked of course) . There was nothing in there so they shuffled about uncomfortably and said they would not pursue the matter on this occasion.

    I thought they were going to apologise for 1 nanosecond but as usual i was disapointed. 

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    Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com


    Depends on the owner. Cats can be very destructive. Wallpaper ruined - great bare patches back to the plaster as well as carpets shredded. The smell of cat pee lingered for weeks too.


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    I do allow pets. It's the tenants homes after all.

    plus - with so many landlords NOT allowing pets - it means they are more likely to stay in one of my property Wink

    My latest tenants have two dogs - they haven't been able to find anywhere to go (old landlord is selling up). I love dogs! So now, they know it'll be hard to find anywhere else - they are more likely to stay.


    (Its not like I'm an evil landlord by the way! Trapping tenants. Lol. I never put up rent, and I let tenants treat a house exactly if it was their own!)

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    I am a landlord and an animal lover. I see no problem with well behaved pets. A cat or dog is welcome provided the tenant keeps the place clean 

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    It too see no problem with a well behaved pet.   I've only ever had issues with badly behaved tenants. 

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