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About 4 weeks ago 124
I have just purchased my first property for use as an HMO. It will be 4 person/4 room and a common area in the form of a kitchen/dining room.
My question is what is required/expected for me to provide extra to items such as beds wardrobes and table chairs and sofas in the communal areas?
Cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine and vacuum cleaner I expect, but how far do you go with regards to cutlery/plates/mugs, mops and brooms etc?
I want to make it as attractive and welcoming as possible, and to encourage the tenants to look after the house, but also not wanting to spend a fortune on things that will ultimately break and be expected to replace as I supplied them originally!
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