The Pet Policy for each property shall be subject to the approval of RSB Property Management in collaboration with each individual property owner. The rules of the governing HOA may also apply.

The Pets allowed may be limited as to the size and type of pet. No pets allowed under 6 months old.  No pets over 60 lbs in weight. There are also limitations on breeds. There are absolutely no known vicious breeds allowed or mixed breeds with any known vicious breeds. The breed types not allowed are per the homeowner's insurance.  Click here for Breed Restrictions.

Residents may have a maximum of 3 pets per home upon management’s approval. These may be dogs, cats, or a combination of both. A pet interview must take place before any pet is accepted. The pet owner must provide a photo and certification of current shots prior to move-in. Excessive barking and any other such noises will be considered a nuisance violation.

Additional Deposits are as follows (per pet): $250.00 (per pet).

Resident shall be responsible for any and all damages caused by the pet. If any items cannot be satisfactorily cleaned or repaired for $250 or less, the resident must pay for a complete replacement. Residents shall be strictly liable for the entire amount of any injury to the person or property of others, caused by such pet; and resident shall indemnify owner/lessor for all costs of litigation and attorney’s fees resulting from same. Any violation of Pet Policy shall result in a Notice to Quit and a Notice Fee or possible termination of Tenancy per the terms of the Rental Agreement.

The Pet Policy is a guideline which is subject to change by RSB Property Management.

No Pet Guidelines

If the tenant leases a No Pets Allowed property and a pet is found on the property, the tenant is subject to a fine of $250. This includes if the pet is “only visiting.This could also result in a Notice to Quit and a Notice Fee or possible termination of Tenancy per the terms of the Rental Agreement.

Service Animals

Per HUD guidelines, if the need for the service animal is not apparent or visible, proper documentation of a disability requiring a service animal includes a letter from a physician, social worker, psychologist, or other mental health professional. This legitimacy of the letter will be verified with the provider of the letter