To help clients find a home that accommodates their pets, real estate agents should obtain information about breed, weight, age, and exercise regiment as well as determine whether they plan to get more pets — given the restrictions that some buildings place on the number of pets allowed. Realtors should determine whether their clients desire certain features to make the home more comfortable for their pets and learn about the community’s pet restrictions. They should develop a pet resource list, featuring such things as local veterinary clinics and walking paths, and highlight items in the home that will help them care for their pet — such as a laundry room that will accommodate pet baths and extra storage in the kitchen for pet food. | Read More