Pet Friendly Duplexes for Rent in Virginia (3)

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Duplex for Rent in Coleman Place / 2 Bed / 1 Bath / $850

1524 Minnesota Ave A

Norfolk, VA 23502

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Quadplex for Rent - $1100

2711 3rd Ave #A

Richmond, VA 23222

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Duplex for Rent - $1400

3012 2nd Ave #2

Richmond, VA 23222

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Are you considering getting a pet or perhaps already have a pet and you are looking for a pet friendly rental in Virginia? If so, there are actually many more rentals accepting pets in Virginia than you might have thought. Landlords throughout the state of Virginia have found there to be numerous benefits related to offering Virginia pet friendly rentals.

Among those benefits is the ability to reach a much larger prospective audience of tenants. There are actually many people with dogs and cats living in Virginia or considering moving to the state who are in search of a place to rent that will allow pets. Landlords who want to increase their market exposure have now begun to offer pet friendly rentals to Virginia tenants. There are numerous types of Virginia pet friendly rentals available including duplexes for rent, rent to own properties, condo rentals, cabins for rent, apartment rentals, townhouses for rent and condos. There are now pet friendly rentals in Richmond, Alexandria, Norfolk and many other locales in Virginia.

When you need to find a pet friendly rental in Virginia, it only takes a quick search on to find precisely what you are looking for. To make sure you find a pet friendly rental that will meet your needs, there are several factors should first be considered. One of the things to consider is the amount of space you need in your next residence. This can depend on a variety of factors, including the size of your family as well as the number of pets you have and their size. If you have a family with children and/or if your pets are large, you may wish to rent a property that has plenty of outdoor space. When that is the case, renting a house might be a better choice than a condo or apartment. Conversely, if you only have one cat or dog and they are small, an apartment, townhouse or condo might suffice just fine for your needs and those of your pet.

You should also consider the terms of the rental. The terms of any rental may vary based on the requirements of the landlord. When looking for a pet friendly rental in Virginia, always take the time to specifically ask whether the property is being rented on a month to month basis or whether the landlord requires you to sign a lease. You should be aware that some landlords in Virginia may require tenants to sign a lease for six months or perhaps even a year. There can be advantages to this for both the tenant and the landlord. The landlord can be assured of a rented property, while the tenant can lock in the price of their rent.