DID YOU KNOW: Most of ECREG's properties allow pets
East Coast Real Estate Group LLC is changing our stance on pets. The reason for this change is that we are partnering with a company called Pet Screeners. This company applies the pet’s and the owner’s information to their scoring program and rates the risk involved. Based on the risk factors, the resident will pay a monthly pet admin fee. There are no deposits for pet any longer just admin fees each month. If you are already have a pet that was prior to this change, you will need to get the pet screened at https://ecreg.petscreening.com. Once complete, we will put you on the monthly admin plan. Due to our new policy being inclusive for pets, we are taking a hard approach to all current leases. If you have a pet, you need to acknowledge it now by getting the pet screened and be put on a pet admin fee schedule.
If You Have Animals:
You must first fill out a separate PetScreening.com application for each of your animals. This applies across the board for any non-human animals that will occupy the home, including service animals, therapy animals, emotional support animals, etc. PetScreening.com is an independent third party animal screening service. Please follow this link to the animal application: https://ecreg.petscreening.com
You will have monthly pet admin fees per pet. The amount of the pet fee is determined based upon the "Paw Score" thatPetScreening.comassigns to your pet. This score is determined using a proprietary formula that takes into account things like pet age, weight, vaccination records, etc. The following are the pet fee amounts:
5 Paws - $30.00/mo
4 Paws - $35.00/mo
3 Paws - $40.00/mo
2 Paws - $50.00/mo
1 Paw - $75.00/mo
Caged Animals or Fish Tanks: If you have a caged animal or a fish tank, you will be required to pay a $125.00 Pet Administrative Fee per pet upon move-in, per cage or fish tank. This is a one-time fee. In addition to this fee, you will also have monthly pet admin fee of $10 per cage or tank.
Please note that the following dog breeds are restricted by landlord insurance policies, and you would be required to provide your own pet liability insurance covering the specific dog and naming both our company and the property owner as additional insured on the policy: