Let me try to help you out with this. There are many apartments willing to take pets. Often their willingness is based on the size of the animal - for example dogs under 35 lbs good, over that not so much. But often it really is a case by case situation. I you've got a realtor ask her (or him) to help you out with this. Often a pro can talk the talk that landlords listen to. If you have any other questions or need help with your rental feel free to give me a call or text (201-803-4791) or shoot me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll see what I can do to make life easy for you and your collies. Good luck!
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Why not have him speak to a few local realtors, and choose one to list the house. If your father is selling due to health reasons, I would imagine that trying to sell on his own would be difficult. He could have someone live there on a month-to-month basis, but if he can afford to not do that, it might help to sell. There is a plus and minus here; if you have a tenant in, they have to let any prospective buyers in and be cooperative. Also, the best way to sell a property is to have it look neat, clean and uncluttered at every showing. If there is a tenant, you would not have control over that. On the other hand, some vacant properties don't show well either. The view might be what sells it, so being empty might not matter.... more