Pet Reference Letter Form
This form serves as a template for a pet reference letter from an Applicant’s prior Landlord. It’s an easy way to get the necessary information to make a decision about Applicants and their pets.
Document Last Modified: 9/15/2021
As part of the screening process, it’s important to get references from an Applicant’s prior Landlord. A template is a good way to get the most out of these reference letters and to ensure that you get answers to the right questions.
If an Applicant wants to have a pet on the property, it’s also important to get a reference for this pet. For example, you want to know whether the pet has caused problems in the past, led to any complaints, been well behaved, and caused any damage.
This Pet Reference Letter Form is a template to make it EZ to get the information you need. Here’s how it works:
- The prior Landlord can simply write in specific details - for example, tenancy period, rent amount, and when the last rent payment was made.
- It provides reference information for the pet - stating that the Applicant’s pet(s) have been well-behaved and have not been the source of complaints or damages.
- It documents that the prior Landlord has not issued the Applicant any legal notices and that the Landlord would rent to the Applicant again.
The form is not only a great way to get the information you need when screening Applicants, but it’s also a good resource if you’re asked by a Tenant to serve as a reference for a future Landlord.
The Pet Reference Letter Form is a quick and thorough way to get or give the information Landlords need about Applicants and their pets.
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