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  1. Hi all, We are looking to rent out our existing four bed family home after finding a new home. There is an opportunity to let the property furnished and just wondered what increase in rent, in % terms to expect against leaving the property empty? Also, will letting the property furnished increase or decrease it's desirability? Thanks in advance. Phil.
  2. Hi, Would appreciate people's views please. I am in process of purchasing two new build 2x bed flats in central Manchester (Northern Quarter) to let out. The development will have a concierge service and gym provided. I'm being advised that I need to furnish them as this is what is expected for this market - would people agree? I have 4x other BTL flats elsewhere in UK (not city centre) which are unfurmished and let out without an issue, is it worth the additional expense of furnishing for a city centre location? Thanks, Andy
  3. Just wondering how you let your investments. Furnished or unfurnished? I am guessing furnished is easier to rent and you can ask for higher rents. (assuming decent furniture) Downside being wear and tear and replacement costs. Are you more likely to have a greater turnover of tenants as it is easier for them to move on? I assume that unfurnished is the opposite of the above. Therefore does it boil down to "Replacement costs of furniture v Increased rental?" What are your thoughts? Brian PS Could be a good podcast topic (if not already covered)
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