Majority of first time investors will not allow pets in their properties

Posted on September 7, 2013 by | 0 Comments
Cats like Gerry and Baby may have a hard time finding a place to live, as first time landlords turn their backs on pets.

Cats like Gerry and Baby may have a hard time finding a place to live, as first time landlords turn their backs on pets.

PETS are still in the bad books with landlords, after a new survey showed just one in four first-time property investors plan to allow furry tenants in their properties.

The 2013 First Time Property Investors survey by Mortgage Choice found that in NSW, just 23 per cent of respondents planning to purchase an investment property within the next two years would welcome pet owners. Only Western Australia (22 per cent) had a lower number. South Australian landlords were the most lenient with 25 per cent, while Victorians were a close second at 24 per cent.

More: http://www.news.com.au/realestate/news/majority-of-first-time-investors-will-not-allow-pets-in-their-properties/story-fnd91nhy-1226713153209#ixzz2eBQbnK4K

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