Lisa Bulloch-Jones of New York, right, and many other renters with animals are increasingly being charged more in rent and security deposits to keep their pets.
Lisa Bulloch-Jones of New York, right, and many other renters with animals are increasingly being charged more in rent and security deposits to keep their pets. Rebecca Koppel The Associated Press
Lisa Bulloch-Jones of New York, right, and many other renters with animals are increasingly being charged more in rent and security deposits to keep their pets. Rebecca Koppel The Associated Press

Business & Real Estate

October 25, 2014 6:46 PM

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