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Most condominiums are pet-friendly as long as your pet does not cause nuisance or annoyance to neighbours. You will need to check with your Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST) on what is and isn't allowed in your condominium.
What you can do is to go through our listing, select the property that suits your requirements and then ask the agent to check with the MCST.
Pets shed a lot of fur on the furniture and can sometimes even cause damage to the furniture. So, it’s wiser to rent partially furnished or unfurnished homes over fully furnished ones.
Floors made of tiles, concrete, masonry, as well as floorboards, are easy to mop and wipe clean.
Be prepared to pay for a higher amount in rent or in the security deposit to ensure that the property is protected against any damages caused by a pet. Get everything on paper in your tenancy agreement.
Here’s everything you need to know about pet-friendly housing in Singapore: https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/property-guides/pet-friendly-housing-in-singapore-everything-you-need-to-know-27437
All types of private residential property are subjected to an occupancy cap of six unrelated persons per property. Do note the minimum rental period for a private property is 3 months.
A landlord is required to check original NRIC or FINS of the tenants and occupiers for forgery and make copies. check photographs on NRICs or FINS against the actual persons to confirm identity and verify the validity of the passes with MOM database and/or ICA database. As an added due diligence, they may also ask for letter of employment from employer. This is to deter illegal immigrants or vice activities. This is required by the Council of Estate Agencies for compliance with the Immigration and Women's Charter.
We wish you all the best in your house hunting journey.
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