All dogs and/or cats if allowed are required to be screened. In general, we do not have properites that allow more than 2 animals and many of our rentals are in HOA communities that have this same restriction. It is the applicants responsibility to insure the property being applied for allows pets. A succesfully screened pet is not a guarantee of application approval. Ultimately, the property owner retians the right to determine if your pet(s) is/are a match for their investment property. Only pets that have been completed through this pet screening process are authorized at the rental property assuming approvable. Pets are not replaceable during your tenancy. If a pet is lost or is no longer a member of your household for any reason, a replacement pet is not authorized without written permission from the landlord and the completion of the pet screening process.
Occasionally, we have rental properties that have a strict no pet policy. Please pay attention to the property information on the Timberlinepm.com website. Other rental sites harvest information and sometimes it is inaccurate. Our website will give you accurate information whether or not pets are allowed at the rental property. Also, keep in mind that we will determine whether or not your pet is a match for the particular home you are applying for at our discretion.
This is a required application process for anyone that owns a household pet. This includes dogs and cats. Your rental application is not complete until this pet screening application process has been completed.
This is a required review process for anyone with a disability-related need for an assistance animal. This process provides a HIPAA compliant and secure way of submitting a reasonable accommodation request for an assistance animal (service animals, emotional support animals, companion animals, etc.) that will be reviewed by a third-party legal review team to ensure the accommodation request meets HUD’s Fair Housing Act guidelines. There is no cost ($0) to you to submit an accommodation request. Please make sure you are aware of your State’s laws, if any, for submitting a fraudulent accommodation request