My gut sense, is to leave the place untouched, and negotiate with potential
renters. No sense sinking more money into the place. Renters can tell you
what they want.
Christopher A. Young
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The log house which my wife wound up with after her mother died - and into
which we have been pouring money, lo, these many months - is now ready to
sell or rent. Given the market, it is most likely to be rented. I have
only rented two unfurnished apartments in my life and that was years ago.
The first was totally bare...no stove, no fridge, no drapes, no nothing.
The second had drapes - rather nice ones - and a stove but no fridge.
Having no experience as either a renter or landlord, I would appreciate
knowing what you would expect if you were looking to rent an unfurnished
Washer & dryer?
Washer and dryer hookups only?
I'd also appreciate knowing if you would expect to do any of these yourself.
Change air filters? Buy them?
Maintain salt level in water softener? Buy the salt?
Cut the grass?
What other maintenance or repair?
Thanks for your time
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