Apartment buildings have become increasingly lenient with their pet policies in an attempt to accommodate the fact that nearly 2/3 of American households have at least one pet. The pet, however, is usually a cat or a dog. Real Estate Weekly, in their piece, “Exotic Pets Giving Real Estate Brokers Paws for Thought” reports that in the last 10 years, the demographic of the Manhattanite has changed and that brokers find themselves working with clients who have the money associated with purchasing and maintaining wild animals. This includes the cost of finding just the right house or apartment where their pet might go unnoticed.
Check through the slide show below to see some of the exotic pets these realtors have had to deal with.
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