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Do you list your Pet Policy in your ads? It matters - a lot!

Do you list your Pet Policy in your ads? It matters - a lot!

Do you list your Pet Policy in your online ads? If not, you're missing out on valuable traffic and leads!

RentLinx completed a study of 78,000 leads and uncovered a startling fact: Renters prefer ads that state a Pet Policy - 5 times to 1! Ads with a stated Pet Policy get FIVE times as many leads as ads without any mention of a Pet Policy. So, include your Pet Policy in your ads -- even if it's 'No Pets Allowed'. Inquiring renters want to know!

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