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  • Buy-to-Let

    Should a landlord allow pets?

    For the same reason as some potential investors say there are some nice tenants who behave nicely

    .... and also lots of the opposite  - so they dont invest full stop

    So they say  ..  Why risk it ? 

    I say ..As with anything ..Just risk assess .

    Double the deposit to negate the risk if necessary . Flexible approach

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

    Thank you to everyone for your input, it's been a great help.

    Given the advice I'm leaning towards a no, but would look at the specific circumstances when asked with plenty of questions/research/information to make a considered decision as suggested.

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    The way this country is going  landlords watch out. As animals now have a legal existence in law - " Pet Passport" next stage will be their ability to sue landlords via proxy ( owners)  on the basis of discrimination against renting to them. Probably they will get legal aid as most have no source of income.

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    A study by specialist lender Landbay quizzed 2,000 tenants and discovered that some 14 per cent of them rated ‘pets being allowed in the property’ as their most important requirement. 

    Pet friendly properties increasingly popular

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