Owning a Vacation HomeRenting out your vacation rental to those who bring their dogs and cats along with them could give you a larger market for renters. Make up an appropriate contract and have set policies if you decide to provide this service.

Orlando FL- Vacation Homes: There are many travelers who now insist on traveling with their pets. Most of those who travel with dogs have chosen the miniature or small versions that are easy to carry with them and hardly cause a stir. If you own a vacation rental in Orlando, you could find more business by allowing pets than if you don’t allow them. This will depend on how you feel about allowing dogs or cats in your rental unit.

Most of those who travel with dogs have chosen the miniature or small versions that are easy to carry with them and hardly cause a stir. If you own a vacation rental in Orlando, you could find more business by allowing pets than if you don’t allow them.

If your family plans to use the vacation house a few times a year and your child is severely allergic to dogs or cats, you might not want to offer to house them. If you have your own pets or don’t mind helping people to find appropriate accommodations for their four legged family members, then by all means, make it a part of your advertising.

A property management company can help you to decide on how much, if anything, to ask as an additional deposit or fee for the pets, and how to word your contract. Most people who travel with their pets are considerate and don’t leave any trace that their pets have even been there. Some, however, are not so polite and might leave damage or surprise odors behind that can be expensive to correct.

Allowing pets in your rental vacation house could be an added plus for those looking to rent somewhere in Orlando. Even hotels and motels across the country now allow small pets in the rooms and have specially made pet contracts so there are no questions about responsibility if the pets cause problems while there or do damage that must be repaired.

  • A property management company can help you to decide on how much, if anything, to ask as an additional deposit or fee for the pets, and how to word your contract.
  • Even hotels and motels across the country now allow small pets in the rooms and have specially made pet contracts so there are no questions about responsibility if the pets cause problems while there or do damage that must be repaired.
  • You might offer pet bedding, toys, and if you leave fruit for the family guests, leave a few dog treats as well.

Many places that accommodate pets have a full set of services that are tailored to their guests who bring them along. You might offer pet bedding, toys, and if you leave fruit for the family guests, leave a few dog treats as well. Create a list of veterinarians in the area including those with 24 hours emergency service, pet day care center as you might not wish to have the dogs or cats left alone while the family is out for the day), pet stores, and a brief guide to dealing with pet concerns in the Florida heat and common plants that may be poisonous.s ( Remember that some of your guests may come from different environments without such concerns and you want their stay to be free from unpleasant situations.

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Charles Valeston is a national and international Vacation Home Specialist and Commercial Realtor. He specializes in the sales of Vacation Homes and the sale and leasing of industrial, retail, multifamily, office and vacant land real estate. He represents sellers, buyers, tenants and landlords.


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Charles Valeston is a national and international Vacation Home Specialist and Commercial Realtor. He specializes in the sales of Vacation Homes and the sale and leasing of industrial, retail, multifamily, office and vacant land real estate. He represents sellers, buyers, tenants and landlords.
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