October 25, 2008 12:02 am

well-Furnished or Fully-Furnished ?

Filed under: English,Language,Marketing,Real Estate — ramsblog @ 12:02 am

When comes to housing most people have mis-conceptions with the terminology, it seems. I noticed an advertisement for renting a furnished home. There were few comments from the people, looking at the list of amenities mentioned to justify the rent. Some of those were basic amenities, and few were indeed a bit more. I think the only mistake that Ad made was qualifying “Well-Furnished.”

Some people commented – “oh, well! that’s semi-furnished with those items being there at the unit and can’t be well-furnished.” and few others made jokes around that Ad.

So in real estate terminology, is “Well-Furnished apartment” a right word or a “Fully-Furnished Apartment”?


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