Furnished Rental Unit Addendum
This addendum provides details on what furnishings are included within the rental unit and states the condition at move-in and move-out.
Document Last Modified: 6/3/2021
For a landlord there are benefits and downfalls of offering a furnished rental unit as well. It allows the landlord to offer the tenant a ready-made dwelling, or the “complete package”. Because the landlord is offering the rental unit with furniture, often times, the rent is higher than most unfurnished rentals. A downfall of offering a furnished rental is that a tenant may not take proper care of the furniture as the the landlord would. This may result in ruined furniture that a landlord may replace. A furnished rental may also attract short term tenants, this could be a positive or a negative for a landlord.
This is a Furnished Rental Unit Addendum. The Furnished Rental Unit Addendum details what furnishings are included within the furnished rental unit and states the condition at move-in, and move-out. This addendum should be included with all lease agreements for furnished rental units. If offering a furnished rental the landlord should attach this form to the Move In/Move Out Walk Through Checklist.
This is a Furnished Rental Unit Addendum is created for Landlords who rent a furnished property, and should be included with all lease agreements. The form includes general furniture like sofa/couch, lounge chairs, end tables, nightstands, and more. It also allows the landlord to add more furniture with the included extra spaces. The Furnished Rental Unit Addendum also allows the landlord to list the condition at move in and move out and other notes that may be needed. Both the landlord and the tenant sign this form at the lease signing.
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