Renting - what is normal?

Old Oct 22nd 2016, 6:59 pm
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We are looking to rent out a property here , furnished.
Is it normal to include items such as cutlery, pots/pans,crockery etc in the rent or do tenants provide their own?
Never having either rented, or rented out a place (other than a holiday let where everything is included!) we have no idea what is accepted practice here.
The legal bit -lease, insurance etc is fairly straightforward.
all advice welcomed folks!
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Old Oct 22nd 2016, 11:28 pm
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Originally Posted by quiltman
We are looking to rent out a property here , furnished.
Is it normal to include items such as cutlery, pots/pans,crockery etc in the rent or do tenants provide their own?
Never having either rented, or rented out a place (other than a holiday let where everything is included!) we have no idea what is accepted practice here.
The legal bit -lease, insurance etc is fairly straightforward.
all advice welcomed folks!
An American friend rented a house in Roxas City a couple of years ago, everything was included, but the small items were of the cheapest quality, this is to stop renters exchanging 6 good quality forks with 6 cheap and keeping to good. I have no idea if it is normal for everything to be included.
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Old Oct 23rd 2016, 1:12 pm
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Originally Posted by Stokkevn
An American friend rented a house in Roxas City a couple of years ago, everything was included, but the small items were of the cheapest quality, this is to stop renters exchanging 6 good quality forks with 6 cheap and keeping to good. I have no idea if it is normal for everything to be included.
Thanks Stokkevn, that's in line with our thinking! so the good stuff will come to our other house and be replaced with the old!
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Default Re: Renting - what is normal?

We are renting and had everything you could imagine right down to the smallest things included, but I did see units with nothing but white walls and a bed/sofa. Think you can do your own thing and probably depends on who your market it as to what would be the best idea.

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