A welcoming and safe environment is paramount to all of our residents. To help ensure ALL of our residents understand our pet and animal-related policies, (No Pet and Animal Policy / Pet Policy / Animal Policy), we require EVERYONE to complete a third-party screening and review process. This process ensures we have formalized pet and animal-related policy acknowledgments and more accurate records to create greater mutual accountability. Please find the category below that best describes you to get started
This is a required application process for anyone that does NOT own a pet or animal. There is no cost ($) to you for completing the application process
This is a required application process for anyone that owns a household pet. This includes dogs and cats and might include pets that live in cages such as birds, hamsters, rabbits, snakes or fish tanks (because of the contained water) so please ask your housing provider for clarification regarding these types of pets
This is a required review process for anyone with a disability and disability-related need for an assistance animal. This process provides a HIPAA compliant and secure way of submitting a reasonable accommodation request for an assistance animal (service animals, emotional support animals, companion animals, etc.) that will be reviewed by a third-party legal review team to ensure the accommodation request meets HUD’s Fair Housing Act guidelines. There is no cost ($0) to you to submit an accommodation request. Please make sure you are aware of your State’s laws, if any, for submitting a fraudulent accommodation request
ASSISTANCE ANIMALS OR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS (ESAs):
Tenants must still follow some basic rules and will be responsible for any damage to property.
Persons requesting an assistance animal are encouraged to complete the Assitance Animal Petscreening above or download and fill out the approved forms and submitting those forms to info@MaxfieldRents.com. There is no charge for this verification.
Since every situation is different, each request is treated separately and reviewed.