Have you been following ads for puppies for a while, dreamily looking after dogs when walking on the street and stopping to talk with their owners? Do you think that you probably can’t allow yourself a pet until you can actually afford to buy your own home?
Nowadays a pet is as commonplace in most homes as a lamp in the ceiling or a rug on the floor. Pets became particularly popular a year ago, when we were all forced to stay at home and began to long for a fun and loyal four-legged furry friend.
If you’ve ever tried to find a rental home together with your furry pet, you’ll know exactly how impossible a mission that is. Most lessors fear that pets will ruin their property, and restoring it can be costly after the fact. They therefore prefer lessees without furry friends.
But not in EfTEN Living’s new rental building. All well-behaved furry pets are welcome in our soon to be completed rental building at Kadaka tee 141, in Tallinn.
The location of the building is ideal and very much favours having a pet. There are several dog playgrounds/exercise areas nearby, as well as a largest forest park in Mustamäe, with great walking and running trails.
In the immediate vicinity of the building is the wonderful Italian-style Rucola Ristorante & Pizzeria, which also welcomes well-behaved pets. Can it get any better? Yes, it can!
We also took pet ownership into account at an early stage inside the building, and chose particularly durable floors in the apartments so that the pet owner would not have to worry too much all the time.
So what can you do to make life with your pet worry-free? As the risks are high on both sides – both for the lessor and the lessee – there are some extra activities and costs to consider, but nothing that is insurmountable.
It is natural for any self-respecting dog or cat owner to regularly clean up after their pet. A good owner raises and trains their pet so that they, and everyone else, can enjoy having the pet and have fun with it. Nor should the little friend disturb the neighbours’ peace.
We strongly recommend that all pet owners take out pet insurance. This protects the lessee against substantial damage caused to the pet’s home and also helps you in the event that the pet has a health problem. So you win no matter what, and this small monthly payment will certainly allow you to sleep more soundly and enjoy life with your pet in your rental home.
Find out more: https://www.if.ee/eraklient.
However, it is worth noting that pet insurance does not cover damage to the customer’s own home. This is why there is home insurance, with pet damage being covered by If Kindlustus as part of the most comprehensive package of home insurance, i.e. the total risk package.
We have made an exception in the amount of the deposit, a lessee with a pet is required to pay a deposit worth two months’ rent.
Hence, anything is possible and nothing is impossible.
Take care of yourself, your pet and your neighbours, raise and train your pet, take out insurance and enjoy life in your brand new rental home in Kadaka Forest Park!
The rental building will be completed in December 2021. If you’re interested in your own rental home, get in touch as we’ll be signing contracts soon. As always – the fastest get the best choice!
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If they could talk, puppies would probably tell you that they prefer a light paw and some furry kisses.
Looking forward to seeing you,
Sales Manager/Project Manager