Many buying Highlands real estate have the option of buying homes furnished or unfurnished. The question is, what route do you want to go? If you are buying a second home with a plan to rent it our to recoup some of your investment buying a furnished home is considered turnkey, in that it is move-in ready and all you need is the key come closing day. This can make buying a Highlands property about as effortless as the process can be.
The added bonus of buying a furnished Highlands home is that if it is a rental property and rentals are already scheduled you have little, if nothing, to do to get the home ready. If you are not renting the home out you have furniture in place so that you can enjoy your new home while you make considerations related to changes you would like to make. A furnished home can buy you some time.
Some buyers prefer to exclude the furniture when a home is being listed for sale as furnished. Other buyers like to choose which furnishings they would like to keep and which they would prefer to exclude. While there is certainly a value to furnishings in a home they are typically less than purchasing what you would need to complete the home.
Buying a furnished home can make life easier for some and is certainly more frequent in the vacation home market than in the primary home market. Contact us today to learn more about Highlands vacation homes. We can help you with your home search and find you the property that suits your needs and your budget.
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