Thousands of New Yorkers own pets, but they can often come with added costs in the City. Landlords often take the opportunity to charge tenants pet fees, but the costs and policies can vary greatly.
"Pet fees are a concern of most pet owners," says Alexis Bogen, director of leasing for Mirador Real Estate. "Pet fees are typical in new developments, and most of the older, pet-friendly landlords do not charge a deposit." She adds that for landlords who do charge a deposit, the amount can range from $250 to $1,000 per animal.
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