$2,000 Pet Guarantee
For no extra charge to owners, we guarantee your home will not be damaged by any approved pet. Action Properties will pay for damages exceeding the security deposit caused by approved pets up to $2,000 per pet.
How it works
Most property owners are unaware that there are benefits of having a pet-friendly property and that their real estate investment can become more valuable when tenants are permitted to bring pets.
- More high-quality applicants - Over 70% of renters are pet owners. Opening up your rental to the majority of the market significantly raises the number of applicants for a property.
- Longer occupancy period - Renters with pets have longer tenancy periods which means less turnover and few related owner expenses.
- Happier Tenants - Studies have shown that owning a pet can improve happiness, well-being, and health.
- Increased rental rates - A property that allows tenants to bring their pets rents at a higher cost. Not only does making your property pet-friendly increase the profitability of your investment but you will likely end up with happier tenant overall which makes life better for everyone.
Still worried about allowing pets at your property?
Let’s talk about our pet screening and approval process and our $2,000 Pet Guarantee and that protects you from destructive animals. We guarantee our owners up to $2,000 in damage protection for any pet damage beyond what the security deposit covers.
- The pet owner must be a tenant that signed a lease with us and that we moved into the rental property with a Management Agreement that included Pet Protection.
- We allow a maximum of two (2) pets unless discussed with you as the landlord before approving additional pets.
- We screen each and every pet and charge a reasonable pet administration fee to the tenant for your protection.
Additional coverages available:
For a small charge of $9.95 per month, you can be included in our Additional Pet Protection Package which extends the protection to a total of $6,000 total for the property.
*The only exception is in cases of an Authorized Assistance Animal.