When the debate about whether or not to allow pets in multifamily communities gets underway, a number of concerns come up. But they don’t rank the way one would think.
For decades, pet policies were something of a cookie-cutter concept at apartment communities: Only certain breeds, only certain sizes and a limit of one or two pets per household.
As the apartment world clamors to adopt new technologies, it is discovering that all platforms are not created equal.
Screening Platform Introduced at 123 Communities, 35,000 Apartment Homes
CHARLOTTE, NC, Nov. 17, 2020 — PetScreening, a first-of-its-kind screening platform that empowers property managers to outsource their pet risk assessment and assistance animal validation processes at no charge, today announced it has partnered with Pegasus Residential to implement its platform at 35,000 apartment homes spanning 123 communities.
Mitigating revenue loss has always been a primary concern for multifamily operators. But as with everything else, the pandemic has magnified the impact of any financial shortcomings and cast an enormous spotlight on a problem that needs to be solved immediately.
Challenge | Find a Better Way to Manage Assistant Animal Requests
Assistance animal requests had been a source of stress for The Management Group’s onsite teams. Like many apartment operators across the country, they were often inundated with these requests.
Data has never been so accessible and actionable. Yet, many property managers continue to rely on gut feelings to drive decisions as opposed to utilizing these valuable metrics.
Residents bring three types of animals to apartment communities, and each has a different connotation for onsite teams.
PRESS RELEASE – Screening Platform Introduced at over 370 Multifamily Properties and 70,000 Apartment Homes