This blog is for home buyers that have dogs and are looking for a new home. This real estate market is a seller one and inventory is low making some purchase decisions impulsive. To save yourself stress and extra expenses, consider the needs of your dog’s when searching for a new home.
It’s also crucial to consider the way the move will have an impact on the quality of your dog’s life as well as your own.
Here are some tips for knowing what to look for when you are house hunting with a dog.
1. What size is the yard?
For some different breeds of dogs, you must consider their activity. Be sure to find a property that offers a enough space to accommodate. Investigate if the neighborhood is safe and sound.
2. Does the yard have a fence?
Be sure to find a property that offers a fenced-in yard. If the property does not have a fence, it will be an extra expense. Investigate your options for fences and get some quotes to get an idea of what the costs will be. Also check the contractor’s availability to get an idea of how long you may have to wait.
3. Is the Community Dog-Friendly?
When searching a new home, try to observe who your new neighbours will be. Check out your area and find out if the area that you could be considering is dog friendly.
4. Where exactly are the parks?
If you like to take your dogs to the park for a walk, consider all the parks near your new home. Find out if the parks are dog friendly.
5. Just how much space is in the new house?
It may be very crucial to consider the size of your dog when house hunting. If you own a big dog or plan on buying one, make sure there is enough room for everyone.
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