Whether you're looking for a year-round home, an apartment or a short-term lease, it's becoming easier than ever to find landlords who are willing to accept your pets as part of your family. As many savvy landlords know, advertising their accommodations as pet friendly often brings an increase in the number of parties interested in renting the home and offers an invaluable service to their tenants.
RentalAds.com allows you to locate those South Carolina rental homes that are specified as pet friendly by the owner. Whether you're looking for a rental along the beautiful Atlantic coast or a home further inland, you can find several options that fit your needs. Search larger areas like Charleston, Columbia, North Charleston and Mount Pleasant, or look for accommodations in smaller towns like Beaufort, Orangeburg, Bluffton and Cayce.
No one wants to consider leaving behind a beloved cat or dog when moving house or going on vacation due to a landlord who doesn't understand the significant bond between pets and their owners. A pet-friendly rental home allows you to keep your family intact, even when part of that family includes four-legged furry friends, and reduces the stress of being away from your familiar environment.
Whether you're searching for a luxury home on the beach or a Section 8 home for those with a limited income, pet-friendly accommodations are just as necessary. By being able to limit your search to those homes that fit your needs, you'll save valuable time and energy. Condos, cabins, townhouses and rooms for rent are just some of the many options available for moms and dads to fur babies. Other possibilities include lofts, duplexes, mobile homes and apartments.
No matter what type of accommodation you're looking for, a pet-friendly rental may be an option with the right homeowner. When viewing a potential rental, take notice of any available outdoor space if you have a pet that goes outside and whether or not an existing fence is sufficient to contain your pet.
When you speak with the homeowner or rental agent, be prepared to answer questions about your pet regarding how many pets you have, their age, sex, weight and breed. You may want to ask some questions of your own, including whether or not a pet deposit is required, how much the deposit is and whether or not it is refundable.
Just because you have one or more pets doesn't mean that you can't rent a home. It simply means that you may need to focus your search and contact only landlords and rental agents who are willing to accommodate your animals. At RentalAds.com, we give you the options that allow you to narrow your search instantly and find what you need.