As a landlord, what furniture should I provide in a property?

By: Elegance Furniture  19/10/2012
Keywords: furniture, home appliances, Budget Furniture

Unfurnished An unfurnished property will have only the bare minimum. This must normally include carpets or other floor coverings, curtains and white goods such as a fridge and freezer, oven and possibly a washing machine. You won't get beds, lounge furniture or much else in an unfurnished property apart from the things already mentioned. Furnished Furnishing the property usually gives it a broader appeal as there are generally more tenants looking for furnished property. 'Furnished' means different things to different people, with some properties that get let as furnished containing little more than the items mentioned above. The bare minimum is kitchen appliances, fittings and fixtures, curtains, carpets and beds and often lounge furniture. Then again, you can find landlords who will provide absolutely everything, right down to bed linen, kitchen utensils, cutlery, pots, pans, crockery, curtains, shelving units, bedside tables, a microwave, toaster, kettle, vacuum cleaner - basically everything you can think of that you would find in a normal home, apart from personal artefacts. The crucial thing is that a furnished property should be ready for immediate occupation. For this reason, they are often offered on an 'as seen' basis, which means that you get everything that is in the property apart from the stuff that belongs to the tenants.

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