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How can a Pet Assurance Program mitigate Pet Damages

Alan Luna - Wednesday, January 30, 2019

How can a Pet Assurance Program mitigate Pet Damages

As #RealEstate Professionals we know how important is for Property Owners to maintain the property in a good move-in condition to increase the lifetime of your investment. And there are multiple types repairs and maintenance costs related to its multiple causes. The most common are authorized Pet related Damages. 

FACT: Did you know that 68% of U.S. households own a pet? That’s 85 million families!

They might go biting, clawing out or pawing around while having fun, trust us, some of what they do is out of the Tenant's control and sight.  

For this, we've got your investment covered.

Authorized Pets complement their life and family, and even if we screened them correctly (if you let them into the property) damages may arise. 

So for you to keep trust in allowing pets, we designed our Pet Assurance Program for Authorized Pets' related damages which mitigates these for up to $1,000.00.

Ask your #PropertyManager for the Terms & Conditions on this program or Learn more by visiting 

#GDAAPM #PetAssuranceProgram 

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