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Lynn, Home Buyer in 20772

What appliances are standard for owners to leave in a rental property (for the renters use) in the state of MD?

Asked by Lynn, 20772 Fri Jan 29, 2010

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This is not a state specific issue. The more items you provide the quicker are likely to get the unit rented.

The basics (stove, refrigerator) are expected and everything else (washer/dryer, etc.) just helps get tenants in quickly and possibly allow you to be firmer on your rental rate.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 12, 2010
Since we also do property management, it is best to leave all appliances, includings the washer and dryer - you can get the highest rental income with all the required appliances, as most tenants have little furniture and that all!
Be wary of pets, they can cause thousands of dollars of damage.

Hope this helps...

Bill Wootan
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 29, 2010
Hello Lynn,

Renters love as much as you can give them. In my rentals I like to have stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, wash machine and dryer. Several renters are coming from short sales or are going through a divorce so the more the amenties the better. Renters will appreciate having a wash machine and dryer so they don't have to run to find a place to wash there clothes. Good luck and remember to check everyone's credit and get a security deposit.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 29, 2010
There must be a stove/range and a refrigerator. Any other appliances you include will only increase the appeal of your home to renters. Hope this helps!

Lisa Devnew
LDevnew@cbmove.com
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