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I have new tenants moving into my property in a couple of weeks, and as part of our tenancy agreement I have to provide a sofa and blinds, provide a dishwasher (pending an assessment of feasability carried out by a Corgi Registered Engineer) and do a few repairs (I would have done these in any case). I'm looking at a fairly large outlay of cash, therefore, and so I started to think about reasonble ways to save money, like buying the sofa nearly new (ebay for example). My prospective tenant called to ask if I could provide a sofa bed, as opposed to a sofa, which will up the price, and also makes me worry that it will not last as long as a regular sofa. Any advice generally? Is it reasonable to buy nearly new furniture?
23/11/2006 00:00

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