09-01-2011 04:18 AM
09-02-2011 03:45 PM
Welcome to the ZipRealty community! Thank you for posting in the forums.
I will contact one of the local agents to see if they are able to answer this question for you.
Client Care Specialist
09-06-2011 02:07 PM
I have a client that I am currently working with that has two dogs, both over 60 pounds and both are considered to be "bully" breeds. It takes time and patience, but there are condo's out there. What I have done is ask about the restrictions first, before I ask anything else. It helps narrow down the list and saves a lot of time visiting places that won't work in the long run.
I have had sucess with smaller condo associations that will allow the new unit owner to have a higher condo fee to pay for the additional insurance required for the pet.
Best of luck, and if you need any help, feel free to let me know.
09-14-2011 04:07 PM
If the listing agents can't help you, try the ASPCAs, Humane Societies or calling a couple of vets or pet supply stores. They might know of something because of their clients. Craig's List or for sale by owners might be other avenues. One of your biggest problems is your price point, I ran a search for all of Boston and some surrounding towns. 20 condos listed for $80,000 and less came up; none take pets.
09-25-2011 06:38 AM
hello, my name is todd worsham. i do custom cabinetry, and construction. if you find a place, but it needs to be dog proofed, let me know. i am always looking through the websie. i am in the market so call if you need and contruction, i am licenced and insuered