Furnishing your Condo in PV Part 2

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Furnishing your Condo in PV Part 2

Just because it’s a rental does not mean you should buy cheap furniture. Lower cost items get damaged
because they are not for commercial use. Instead, invest in mid-priced furniture that is better quality
and can stand up to use. Hotels do not buy cheap furniture because it will get damaged. They buy
commercial grade because it makes better business sense. If you are renting your unit, buy like a hotel
owner, not a homeowner.

Buy some suitcase stands. Hotel owners know how to keep their places looking new longer. Suitcase
stands are inexpensive and ensure less damage to the room. With the shift in how we are watching TV, it is no longer mandatory to offer satellite TV, a VCR or a DVD player. Instead, it is very important to ensure the flat panel TV in your rental home has a port for an external TV service such as ROKU. If you are renting a two bedroom, having a flat panel TV in the second bedroom is a plus. A second TV can be used by the kids in the event of rain and will be a lifesaver for their parents who can simultaneously enjoy some quiet time in the living area.

Invest in well-made outdoor furniture. Buy commercial grade outdoor furniture, not residential grade.
Although there is a higher upfront cost, it will save you from having to replace the residential grade
furniture three or four times over during that same period. Hotels invest in commercial grade to get the
best return. You should too! Speaking of good outdoor furniture, everyone loves a great barbecue. We recommend to our clients who rent out their homes in Mexico that they invest in a mid to high-end barbecue. A nice grill is a huge
plus when renters are looking for a temporary vacation home. An upgraded outdoor kitchen or barbecue is a selling feature that will get your vacation rental booked quickly. If possible, purchase a furniture package put together specifically for a rental home. Check to make sure the materials used are commercial and not residential grade. Furniture packages for rentals usually focus on less large items that last longer. They may cost a little more, but you will get more for your money.

Invest in professional photos of your rental home. Not only will they appeal to potential renters, but it is
also a great memento of your beautiful vacation home awaiting your next visit.
Although most business cases for rental properties show a furniture lifespan of three to five years, with
these tips, you should easily be able to get much longer.

Trying to furnish a home in Mexico is difficult. For the past 10 years, Solutions Mexico has worked hard to become the most trusted furniture company in Mexico. We carefully select our manufacturers and suppliers from around Mexico – all are registered Mexico businesses. We put their products online so you can shop knowing that any item you purchase is very well made and has a warranty. We offer a variety of brands and product lines to fit every budget and style – and you can often customize your piece with different finishes and covers with prices less than you will find in Mexico City and Guadalajara. Contact Sheryl Novak at sa.novak@solutionsmexico.com.

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About the Author:

Timothy Ray Wilson – publisher A native of Seneca, South Carolina, Tim obtained a finance degree from Clemson University before spending 25 years in banking, real estate, finance and marketing. He retired to Puerto Vallarta in 2008 and co-founded GAYPV magazine two years later. As a member of the North America Travel Journalists Association, Tim writes for national and international media outlets promoting Puerto Vallarta as Mexico’s premiere LGBT travel destination. Through his involvement as a founding member of Vallarta Gay Pride, Tim served on the organization’s marketing steering committee for the first several years.