Incorporating the proprietary screening facility establishes a standardized process for managing household pets to support residents and property owners alike.
RentLife has gladly announced confirmation of a new partnership with PetScreening.com which allows the property management company to provide a convenient approach to pet profiling for landlords, homeowners, and anybody else needing to manage all financial complexities relating to residents’ animals.— Houston, TX. Wednesday 4th September:
Extending Protection to Cover an Entire Household
Pets and assistance animals are an integral part of any family, and residents have a right to want the best for their animals, From a landlord or property owner’s perspective, though, the addition of pets can add a whole new level of financial threats and responsibilities. The PetScreening platform helps property managers and housing providers manage residents’ pets and assistance animals, helping them tackle the situation in the most effective manner.
The proprietary screening platform adds an additional layer of liability protection by having a standardized process when dealing with household pets and assistance animals. It additionally helps with assistance animal accommodation request validation through our comprehensive legal and FHAct/HUD guideline review process.
Storing information relating to the pet is made easy through PetScreening with all paperwork including photos, vaccinations, microchip, training, behavioral and special sections for assistance animals being consolidated automatically. The system also offers the opportunity to share info with all necessary service providers, making it the perfect facilities for tenants and residents as well as property managers and landlords.
By partnering with the PetScreening platform, RentLife makes the handling of pets and assistance animals easier than ever. The end result is a Pet Profile with FIDO Score based on pet-specific information such as breed, weight, and history.
A System That Supports Landlord’s Before, During, & After Tenancy Agreements
From a landlord’s perspective, tenant screening is arguably as important as rent collection or any other aspect of managing the investment property. Pets and assistance animals should be taken into account, which is why the inclusion of the PetScreening platform has a huge impact on RentLife’s overall property management strategies.
From conducting risk assessments to understanding financial liabilities, the screening of pets as well as human residents will ensure that property managers find the very best matches time and time again. This provides optimal financial rewards while also establishing peace of mind for landlords at all stages of the agreements to ensure the property management aspects are as smooth as possible.
Pet-related liability has caused problems for thousands of landlords across the Lone Star State but the precautions provided by pet screening can reduce the threats by pinpointing issues and allowing landlords and property managers to set out clear contract agreements with all tenants and residents. RentLife offers the platform for free with immediate effect.
For more information can be found at www.rentlifepm.com or by contacting RentLife Property Management’s press contact Mark Kallus at 832-562-3600 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, the company can be reached by its postal address at 14010 Alice Road, Tomball, Texas 77377.