In the case of renting, the presence of furnishings is also over rated. If you able to be inconvenienced a little and begin by ruffing it a bit, you may be surprised how cheaply and nicely, you can furnish a unit.
I frankly would prefer an unfurnished unit from the perspective that it's one less thing I have to worry about. A stain on the sofa, a broken chair leg, or scratch on a finish has the potential of resurfacing in the form of a penalty on your deposit.
Usually when selling a home, furniture isn't included. Sometimes buyers will ask for furniture and then it is just a matter of negotiating a price based on the value of the furniture, it's age and other similar factors.
That being said, staging is almost always a good idea when you are selling or renting, as it gives buyers or renters a good idea of what the apartment could look like with furniture in it, and gives a better feel for the size of the home. Empty rooms tend to look smaller than furnished ones.
it varies based on the term of the lease & the season (season is Dec-March in S. Florida)
generally, an unfurnished rental commands more rent for annual & a fully furnished or turnkey unit will command more for a short term or seasonal rental (3-6month range)
- for an annual rental the answer (unless it's perfect gorgeous furniture) is none.
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