What Should the Landlord Provide When it is an Executive Rental Home

If you are looking to lease an executive rental home, you are probably wondering what the landlord should provide. As with any rental, it will vary from landlord to landlord, but generally, what does any executive rental include?

What Should the Landlord Provide When it is an Executive Rental HomeThe typical executive rental is a high end home. They are big. Homes built with touches like high ceilings, crown moldings and large rooms. Kitchens are gourmet or chef’s kitchens with high end appliances, gourmet stoves, granite counters, wine coolers and islands. Baths have double sinks, Jacuzzi tubs, separate showers with multiple shower heads, deep soaker tubs, heated towel racks, marble or granite tile and counters. Every room is spacious with high end finishes, hardwoods, marble or travertine floors. Homes have high end technology and are tastefully decorated. They are found in expensive communities, often gated with pools, gyms and golf courses. Tenants have access to the community extras.

Executive rentals are often furnished rentals and will include things like linens, fully stocked kitchens which include all appliances, big and small, pots, pans and dishware. For those looking to rent an executive rental, taking time to move furniture in isn’t on their schedule. Many times they are very busy executives (hence the name) who just need to move in and get to work.

As for other inclusives, you may find utilities included in the monthly rental, or not. This is one item that may depend on the landlord. Your best bet is to find a property that works for you, then find out what is or isn’t included. Or contact a Realtor or property management company that specializes in executive rentals and let them know your needs. Then they can match the best property to you.

When you expect the best, an executive rental is what you will want.

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