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    Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community Pet Policy

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    Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community Pet Policy

    Justin Becker

    Updated: November 9, 2020

    Moving to a new community is always an exciting time, especially for your furry friends or pets. At Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community, we welcome pets with open arms and at fairly reasonable pet policies. That said, if this is your first time living in a manufactured home community, you may be a little fuzzy on standard pet rules for this particular kind of housing. Therefore, in order to help you and your family pet feel right at home, here is a quick summary of Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community Pet Policy.

    Non-Refundable Deposit

    One commonly expected fee when it comes to having pets is the non-refundable deposit. Much like other establishments, Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community requires its tenants to pay a $250 non-refundable pet deposit per pet. At first glance, this may seem a little expensive, but other multi-family housing communities often have stipulations like pet interview conditions, required spaying or neutering and mandatory declawing of cats—which can be a lot, especially on top of the raised cost of your pet deposit.

    Pet Rent

    Here at Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community, residents can expect to pay a $25 per pet monthly rent fee when leasing a manufactured residence or renting a mobile home. That said, the good news is if you are in the process of purchasing a residence here, then you are only required to pay a $10 fee per pet on a monthly basis. It is important to remember that failure to pay any pet-related expenses, deposits or monthly fees does not release you from having to pay these monies down the road.

    Extra Pet Expenses

    The nice thing about our pet policy here at Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community is that outside of monthly pet rent and a non-refundable deposit, there are no additional fees or pet-related costs. However, if you do not follow the manufactured community rules, then additional fees may apply. Likewise, if you are renting a manufactured residence in the community, once your lease is up, you could likely be responsible for any damage that your pet has caused.

    Two-Pet Limit

    Here we have a pretty standard pet policy when it comes to the number of pets that residents or tenants are allowed. Like most multi-family housing communities, there is a limit of two pets per manufactured home. Moreover, this particular rule holds true regarding if you are a homeowner, homebuyer or renter. Ultimately, you are still a part of a community with neighbors in close proximity and there are all sorts of things that can go wrong when you have more pets than you can possibly keep track of. Thus, the limit is two pets per home, any way you look at it.

    Restrictions on Certain Breeds

    Most multifamily communities have certain restrictions when it comes to dogs. Pets that are deemed as aggressive are not allowed on the property or in a resident’s/tenant’s home. For instance, Pit Bull Terriers, Rottweilers and Wolf Dog Hybrids, along with other mixed breeds that are usually deemed as hostile, are not allowed. Clearly, this is not an exhaustive list, but management does reserve the right to change or add to this list if they deem necessary.

    Conditions and Expectations

    Both cats and dogs are permitted, as long as they adhere to Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community pet obligations. For starters, a veterinary statement that the pet is non-aggressive (this mainly refers to dogs and puppies older than one) is required. Also, it is the pet owners responsibility to ensure that their furry friend does not interfere with the quiet enjoyment of other community residents, or individuals in the community. A few examples here would include barking or running loose without supervision. In fact, here we have a semi-strict leash rule that requires a member of the household to be present with the dog as well, otherwise you must keep your pet inside your home. This rule is in place because, at the end of the day, owners are liable for their pet’s actions. Therefore, any incidents that are deemed unacceptable by the landlord will likely lead to the removal of your pet from the mobile home park.

    Other conditions that you and your pet must adhere to include not damaging the community, residents’ lawns or property. Pet owners are also required to curb their pet at the perimeter of the neighborhood and must clean-up after their pet promptly. This includes properly disposing of litter and bags used to clean up after your dog. Lastly, all pets must have current MI licenses and must be up-to-date with their vaccinations. Failure to observe or comply with these conditions or requirements, again, may result in the removal of your pet from your residence and the community.

    Pet Approval

    Overall, our pet approval process is not too complicated. In fact, once your pet meets the conditions and requirements mentioned above, then your pet(s) are pretty much approved. Of course, you still have to come up with the deposit and make consistent rent payments for your pet. What’s more, you need to observe the park rules and regulations, but other than that, there is not much more to our process for pet approval.

    Support Animals

    Note, seeing-eye dogs for the blind or service animals are not subject to the above-mentioned rules. Actually, according to the Fair Housing Act (FHA), residents and tenants that require a service animal cannot be charged any monies in order to keep their support animal on the premises. This means they are not subject to deposits, breed restrictions or pet rent.

    Pet Perks and Amenities

    If you are curious about what pet amenities or perks are available at Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community, there are a few. For instance, there are lush grounds on the premises that are great for a game of fetch, and our community is just around the corner from amazing pet-friendly walking trails. There are also other pet-friendly areas outside the community.

    Policy Questions

    Want to know more about our pet policies or fees? Then contact a Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community associate for further assistance.

    Pet Policy Review

    Here is a convenient reference guide for Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community’s Pet Policies:

    • Non-Refundable Deposit per pet: $250
    • Monthly Rent per pet: $25, or $10 pet rent for homeowners
    • Cleaning Fees and Fine: $50
    • Quick and Easy Approval Process
    • Management Determines What Breeds are Allowed, Contact Office for More Information
    • Two-Pet Limit for renters and homeowners
    • Pet Conditions: Current MI license, and leash law
    • Pet Insurance: Not required; should still have renters or mobile homeowners insurance however
    • Support and Service Animals: restrictions and fees do not apply
    • Pet Perks everywhere you turn

    Final Note

    Deciding to move to an amazing affordable luxury mobile home park should definitely include bringing along your beloved pets. Here, at Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community, we understand that your pets are like family, regardless of whether you are leasing or purchasing a manufactured residence. That is why we made it a point to ensure we have a reasonable pet policy so that both you and your furry friends or pets can join the Tyrone Woods Manufactured Home Community family. If you have always wanted to live in a thriving manufactured home neighborhood, but did not want to leave your furry friends behind, well now you know you do not have to.

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    Justin Becker

    Justin Becker is a property owner in the state of Michigan and has a passion for managing communities. He owns both apartment complexes and mobile home communities and has been writing his own blogs for his properties for several years.
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