Negotiating a Fair Lease When You Have a Dog: A Checklist
Some landlords prefer to rent to dog owners, finding them a more responsible class of tenants.
Elderly or Disabled Tenants: The Right to Have Pets
Some housing laws recognize that pets are especially important for many older people or people living with disabilities.
Enforcing No-Pets Clauses
In certain situations, a landlord may not be able to enforce a no-pets clause.
Pets in Condominiums and Planned Developments
If you're looking to buy a condominium or planned subdivision unit (frequently called planned unit development or P.U.D.), be prepared for rules.
Landlord Liability for Tenants' Dogs
Some landlords fear that they'll be on the hook if a tenant's dog injures someone.
Is It Legal for Dogs to Swim in the Condo Pool?
Find out what accommodations your condo owners are required to provide.
Smart Landlord Policies for Pet-Friendly Rentals
A pet agreement can reduce a landlord's risks in a pet-friendly building. Here's what to include in the agreement.
Pets Caught in Foreclosure -- Landlords Can Help
Landlords can help foreclosed-upon families by accepting tenants with pets -- it's good for business if you follow some simple steps to protect yourself.