ready-furnished

ready-furnished

adj
(of a room, house, office, etc) fitted with furniture before being rented or sold
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Mr Shepherd hastened to assure him, that Admiral Croft was a very hale, hearty, well-looking man, a little weather-beaten, to be sure, but not much, and quite the gentleman in all his notions and behaviour; not likely to make the smallest difficulty about terms, only wanted a comfortable home, and to get into it as soon as possible; knew he must pay for his convenience; knew what rent a ready-furnished house of that consequence might fetch; should not have been surprised if Sir Walter had asked more; had inquired about the manor; would be glad of the deputation, certainly, but made no great point of it; said he sometimes took out a gun, but never killed; quite the gentleman.
In early 2013, the Munitec system will be used to construct a residential building within 24 hours, "completely installed, ready-to-move-into and ready-furnished," next to the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre in Germany.
Anyone who legally completes on an apartment there before August 20, can move into it ready-furnished at no extra cost ( just like the show complex but with the purchaser's own choice of decor.
Owners get their own designated areas for permanent storage of personal items and take on ready-furnished properties, fully equipped right down to the kitchenware.
So today, unfurnished properties come ready-furnished with well-equipped kitchens, fitted carpets and curtains.