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Children can become quite upset when moving house - whether it’s the unfamiliar surroundings or perhaps leaving friends behind.
Some landlords refuse to entertain the thought of having pets on their investment property. Perhaps the landlord doesn’t want the risk of damage to their property or they may simply not be animal lovers.
New Zealand is a nation of pet owners with more than 60 per cent of New Zealand households owning a pet, which makes for plenty of tenants looking for a home for themselves and their furry family members.
When owning and renting out a property there are a number of considerations to be made. Finding the right tenants for your home can be one of the most difficult. There is also the question of whether you are going to allow the furry kind of tenant, as well.
Ideas to help accommodate kids and pets. Co-habitation of kids and pets can pose some struggles in the home - both on your furniture and your sanity. So how do you create a great environment for your children that also caters to the needs of our furry friends? Read on to find out!