Thursday, June 20, 2013

Caretaker Frequently Asked Questions About Homes In Transition (Part 6)

We review some of the most common questions about the Homes In Transition program that we receive from potential caretakers.  We hope this helps you get a better sense for our service.  Be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5 if you have not yet.


What happens when my HIT house sells?

When a Caretaker’s house sells, Caretakers will be given a 30 day notice or longer if possible depending on the terms of the sale. Caretakers will have the option to stay in the program and be given first priority for any house in our inventory that HIT can match for them, or if preferred, Caretakers can leave the program if that is a better option at that time. Homes In Transition does not provide moving for you. However, if you leave the program, all your entry fees are refundable.


Are kids and pets allowed?

A Property Owner can place certain limitations on their house - that is always their prerogative. Most of our HIT houses allow pets but are of limited availability. Families with pets are sometimes difficult to place. We realize the hardship in living without ones pet but having no pets will give you a far greater opportunity to take advantage of the HIT program. Pets placed into the program require a Pet Permit at an additional cost. To obtain a specific list of the costs, simply have the Application with current details emailed to you (Click HERE to get your Application).

Children are always welcome! Very few of our houses restrict occupancy by families with children. Don’t worry, children are far easier to place than pets.


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