In 2016, 61% of US Households owned a pet or planned to own one in the future. Given that, it’s important to know how buyers feel about pets in the home. When searching for a home, 95% consumers believe it is important that a housing community allows animals.
Important to be near animal amenities
- 54% Walking Path
- 49% Animal Store
- 37% Animal Grooming
- 32% Dog Park
- 22% Animal Kennel
Home features clients find important (with regards to pets)
- 91% Fenced Yard
- 66% Laminate Flooring
- 19% Washing Station
- 11% Doggy Door
- 7% Cat Litter Closet
- 3% Animal Pool
- 3% Built-in Dishes and Beds
Pet owners are home buyers and there are lots of them. I own dogs and cats and making a decision on what home to buy in San Diego and where to buy it is influenced by the needs of my pets. Yard size and closeness to dog parks and walking trails are an important decision when looking at real estate. If you’re a pet owner looking for that perfect home for you and your pets give us a call.
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