My boyfriend and I are relocating to the Tampa Fl area and would like to know where to find rentals that accept pets. 4 dogs 2 cats.

Boyfriend is Navy vet. Our dogs are mature and fixed. Cats are mature and fixed.
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answer by ADAM FERNANDEZ    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Your best bet would definitely be buying a home. But if you have to rent, talk to a realtor who works with renters or a property management company to help you find the right place.
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answer by Lee Anna Pham    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi Sarah! It depends on the rental property - some owners/companies are more lenient than others with pet policies . What size are the dogs? The Tampa Bay Area is a very pet friendly place, so I am sure you will be able to find something. It will just be a matter of finding the right place and landlord. Let me know if I can help in any way! Good luck and welcome to Tampa!
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With so many pets, buying is the best option. Now is the time to buy low interest rates and this time of the year is becoming a little slow, back to school time, you might be able to find a very good buy in Tampa. If you wish I can give you agent's names that I can refer to you and all are members of our Women Council of Realtors association. Renting will be almost impossible with 4 dogs.
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answer by Mickey Gower    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It would be best to get that info from the property management company representing the rental.. Make sure that you see that in writing before signing any paperwork.
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answer by Toni Benton GRI    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Your best bet is to find an owner of a single family home in a non-deed restricted neighborhood. Some neighborhoods cap the number of pets allowed. If you're planning on relocating long term, it would probably be better to contact a lender to see how much you qualify for and purchase a home. Since your boyfriend is a Navy vet, he would qualify for a VA loan (thank him for his service, please) which has great benefits. I'd be happy to assist you and you're welcome to contact me anytime. Good luck!
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answer by Lori Wilson    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
You will more than likely need to buy a house.
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