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  • Profile photo of Most excellentMost excellent
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    Hiya well learn ed peoples[:)]
    I’m renting a house just for a trial ( for 12 months ) with furniture. The up side of this is a tax deduction for furniture items & other basic deductions. Home Content insurance is a must I know, but is there anyone that has or may forsee bad experiences with this type of rental. I have responsible & trustworthy tennants ( and yes I know there a rare find )[:D]
    Thanks in advance again
    Mikki

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    Hi Mikki, We rented a little cottage near the beach at Moffat Beach in Qld ‘fully furnished’ – we bought it that way – the old owners ‘walked out’ and left it ‘as is’ and that’s the way we ‘holiday rented’ it initially, then rented it ‘permanently’ ‘as is’ too.

    We haven’t had any problems so far…but our first 6 month rental is just about to come to an end, and we haven’t done an inspection yet, so we don’t know how good/bad it is, but we suspect it’s probably ok (is this wishful thinking?) will let you know if it turns into a nightmare, but we think it’s a fine situation. good luck with yours, kooringal.

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