Each property offered for rent is different and you should clarify this with your Terra Caribbean agent in each instance.
Some owners are flexible and willing to make that adjustment, but you will need to ask before signing an agreement.
Pets are an important part of many people’s families, so you need to check with the individual landlord to find out what pets, if any, they will allow on their property.
In our tropical island climate, it is not unusual to have small insects flying in and through our homes. Some properties are fitted with window screens to keep this to a minimum. You will need to check each property you’re considering to find out if they have window screens.
Internet and high-speed connections are increasingly common in many homes; each Terra Caribbean agent will be able to tell you what a particular property features.
Many landlords will cover the cost of the water bill but this is not a given. Confirm with the potential landlord if they cover the cost of any utilities before signing your rental agreement.
This is entirely up to the landlord but ask and they’ll be sure to tell you.
Your move-in deposit varies depending on the landlord’s preference. Typically you will be asked to pay first and last month’s rent plus a security deposit; others may require some other combination of this.