To those of you planning a move with your pet in mind, don’t worry you’re not alone! A report by the National Association of Realtors found 81% of home buyers considered their pets’ needs when deciding where to live. Condominium buildings each have a status certificate that outlines any restrictions on pet ownership in the building. This comprehensive document also outlines the financial and legal health of a condo corporation, duties and rights of the condo corporation and the individual owners; whether any special assessment exists on the unit or building to pay for such things as repairs, budget shortfalls or boosting the emergency reserve fund; as well as the current budget and a Reserve Fund Study that identifies future replacement or repair work. Whether your fur baby is a dog, cat, bird, amphibian or other, a Condo Dork Agent can help you determine which buildings your pet will be happy to call home.