Landlords who do not allow pets in their properties have been encouraged to change their policy.

William Jordan, managing director of Jordans, stated that many property owners across the UK are looking to rent their homes instead of sell up.

As a result, the market is becoming increasingly competitive, which means some landlords could potentially lose out.

Indeed, Mr Jordan believes that landlords who do not want animals living in their houses could possibly be missing out on thousands of pounds of rental income.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, he commented: "We're calling on landlords to be more open-minded to stand out in a crowded marketplace.

Mr Jordan added that many of the pet-friendly homes on his company's books have been snapped up in recent months.

This comes after a study by the Dogs Trust found that 78 per cent of people who own pets have had problems finding rented accommodation that allows animals.

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