Definition of a furnished unit - What is considered a fully furnished unit?

1) A typical fully furnished property would normally would consist of the following:-

For the Lounge / Living area provided with the following:-
Lounge cabinet & TV Set , Living room sofa settee , Air-conditioner or ceiling fan
Curtains to windows, Dinning table with chairs

Kitchen
Kitchen cabinet complete with hood, hub and gas tank
Refrigerator, Microwave oven, Kitchen utensils and cutlery
Washing machine

For All 3 Bedrooms
Complete with bed, spring mattress, sheet covers, Wardrobe
Curtains to all windows. Air-conditioner or ceiling fans provided
 


All Bathroom
Hot water heater
Built-in wash basin
Bathroom mirror,  towel racks, soap holder

*Please note: Furnishing may varies depending on apartments or condominium subject to negotiation and will also eventually determine the final rental amount

 

As an example, the photos below represent a rough idea of what a typical fully furnished would be like

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Dinning and Living Area

 

 

 


 


Typical Un-furnished unit  With basic fixtures installed such as ceiling lightings, fans, curtains and security grille door.

As an example, the photos below represent a rough idea of what a typical unfurnished would be like

Renovated but unfurnished

 

 

 

 


 


Bare unit  (View Example with photos)
Bare empty unit. Completely empty unit without any fixtures or furniture. Shell unit only. With only electrical point, telephone points and plumbing works installed.

 

A photo of a original empty unit. Original condition without any renovation or fitting done.

With only electrical point, telephone points and plumbing installed. bare unit

Please note: Most owner would be willing to provide the basic fittings such as lightings and ceiling fans.

Extra fittings, furnishing or electrical items can be requested subject to the rental price. ( Usually negotiable)

All these requests are subject to negotiation and will also eventually determine the final rental amount.


 

Typical semi-furnished unit 
Fixtures preinstalled such as curtains, ceiling fan and kitchen cabinet. A room would be furnished, but the other bedrooms unfurnished. A couple of electrical appliances maybe provided such as fridge or others. A few loose furniture in the living hall.

*Please note: Furnishing may varies depending on apartment / subject to each individual apartment.

The premise can be rented either Fully Furnished or Partially Furnished.  Although a house may be partially furnished at the time of viewing, you can always request the landlord to fully furnish it or request him to get the items you require. All these requests and special requirement are subject to negotiation and will also eventually determine the final rental amount.

 


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