Emotional Support Animals in Rental Housing

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This issue is often confusing for housing providers and property managers. How can we tell if there is a real need for an emotional support animal (ESA), or if the renter is trying to circumvent our pet policies?

 

What questions can we ask, and what kind of verification are we entitled to? These questions (and more) are answered in a NEW class entitled “ESAs in SFRs (and Apts)” being offered in Reno on June 20th. Details and registration information here.

 

If you’re planning to attend this class, and you have specific questions about a situation you are encountering now in your property management practice, please email me. I’ll make sure we cover it in the session.

 

If you can’t attend, yet you have questions on this topic, please ask your questions as a comment on this post. I’m happy to answer publicly. My goal is to clear up the confusion for property managers and other housing providers surrounding this important topic.

 

 

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