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Re: To rent Unfurnished or furnished?
Reply #3 - 15. Apr 2011 at 17:28
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Hi Sue.  Sorry to take so long to reply - I'm just getting over tonsilitus!

The property is in  East Crete, in a village called Nikithianou.

I am currently arranging viewings if you would like to go along and look at the property.

It is advertised within this site under traditional property to rent with all mod cons, with 5 replies which gives more pictures of the property available.

If you would like to view the property, I will let you have a contact number to arrange this.

If you would like to know any more information than contained within the post, please let me know.
  
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Can you tell me where the house is. As we are looking to rent for approx 12 months. Cool
  
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Re: To rent Unfurnished or furnished?
Reply #1 - 07. Apr 2011 at 00:13
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I have a reply for my own benefit which may also benefit those other landlords/ladies who have furnished properties.

If you 'gift' the furniture/fixtures/fittings to the property itself (so that if sold etc., the items belong to the property) then the landlord/landlady is not responsible for the maintenance of those items.

The person who is renting becomes responsible for the items within that property as the items of furniture become part of the property itself and therefore the landlord/landlady is not responsible for the maintenance.

If anything therefore goes wrong with items within the property, it would be the responsibility of the tenant for their repair.

So it makes not much difference in the rental agreement to the landlord if it if furnished or unfurnished, although I would suggest it is mentioned to the tenant that the items are gifted to the property and the implications behind this gift.
  
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To rent Unfurnished or furnished?
25. Mar 2011 at 14:14
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Dear Brits in Crete Forum

I am considering (once tenants who required furnished properties have vacated), selling the majority of our furniture (perhaps keeping white goods and a bed for our own use) and letting the property unfurnished.

Advice is sought from landlord/landladies as to whether they obtain more interest from potential tenants for an unfurnished property or from a furnished property.

Whilst this could be difficult to determine as interested parties get in touch only if they want furnished or unfurnished, on average in comparison, I receive around 10 inquiries each time the property is advertised, with about 3 of those who would actually go through to the rental stage.

Is this the same for anyone who is letting unfurnished?

It is a fully furnished 2-3 bedroomed, 2 bathroomed 125 sqm property although with only a limited supply of bedding and at present not a fully equipped kitchen and limited access.  Advertised on this site at monthly rental values from 350 - 450 pcm exclusive depending on term required (min. 3 months).

We are unable to let for holiday lets without an EOT licence which is too expensive for us to obtain, so long term lets only are available.
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