Furniture Solutions at Avant-garde

By on Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 in Uncategorizedd.

Our research shows that 83% of demand is for furnished property.

We can provide advice as to the target market for the specific unit which you have bought however in the majority of cases, tenants want a furnished property. As such, in order to provide tenants with what they are looking for and to minimise your void period, we advise that you furnish your apartment in Avant-garde.

In a large development such as this with a selection of properties available on the rental market, it is useful for landlords to try to make their property stand out from the others and one of the easiest ways to do this is by furnishing in a way that is different from your competitor down the corridor.

Whilst it may be tempting to go with neutral and inoffensive basic furniture, Shoreditch is very much a design conscious market and one or two bold items could stand you in good stead in making your property stand out.

It is advisable to go the extra mile to dress the bed, lay the table and put cushions on the sofa. Do remember that items need to be practical and hardwearing too. By the way, the hobs at Avant-garde will need induction pans.

Hurford Salvi Carr are working with three independent furniture companies to put a variety of furniture packs together for Avant-garde giving investors as many options as possible and therefore give tenants as much choice as possible.

Please ask us for more details.

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Angela Kelly

Associate Director at Hurford Salvi Carr
Angela started her career in central London Lettings in 2000 after graduating in Economics from Exeter University. She has a Diploma in Residential Lettings and Management and is a Fellow of ARLA. As Manager of the City office since 2010, she has both the experience and qualifications to best advise our clients with her pro-active and candid approach. Angela was born and grew up in London.

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