Properties advertised as unfurnished come with no furnishings. This differs from some other countries where unfurnished relates specifically to "furniture" only like beds, sofas, dining table etc. In Qatar when a property advert is listed as unfurnished this means that there are no appliances in the kitchen (only fitted kitchen cabinetry), or air conditioning units fixed and sometimes there are no fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms. It is important to consider this when searching for a home as these are costs that must be taken into consideration when budgeting for rental accommodation. Although the monthly rental on unfurnished properties often cheaper than properties with furnishings, once the cost of furniture is factored in, one can sometimes end up paying more overall per month. Of course, there are many things one must take into account like the duration of the tenancy, the condition of the furniture and the difference in the monthly/annual rental price.
Sometimes families prefer to buy their own furniture that meets their needs and suits their taste or when they move to Qatar, they may be moving permanently in which case they may decide to bring their furniture with them. Sometimes properties are advertised as unfurnished but for an increased monthly rental the landlord or real estate company is prepared to provide furniture. One thing to bear in mind is that if an unfurnished property is rented and furniture is bought, once the rental duration comes to an end the furniture will be an extra thing to take care of that one would not have to worry about otherwise, so this may not be the most ideal option for rentals of short or unknown duration.
Flats are self-contained residential units occupying part of a larger building. They are usually set out on a single storey of a building and it is for this reason that in some regions (UK, India etc.) they are referred to as "flats". The term "flat" is used in the UK, India and places that use British English. In Europe, North America and places that use American English, the word apartment is preferred. Flats have their own front door, kitchen, toilet and bathroom. In some countries a 1-bedroom apartment may be advertised as a 1bhk or 1bhk flat. The term "bhk" or "BHK" refers to bedroom, hall and kitchen. This means that the unit would have 1 bedroom, a hall (lounge/sitting room) and kitchen. Flats can be found in residential blocks or towers and sometimes even as a part of a house or villa where a whole floor or a section of it, has been separated to have its own entrance etc.
Fereej Al Nasr is a district in the municipality of Doha. In Arabic "Fereej" means neighbourhood and Al Nasr refers to the first tribe that settled in the area. It is a vibrant mixed-use district full of all kinds of shops that one can imagine from small take-out shops serving anything from Lebanese to Thai food, tailors, electronics shops and even quirky antique shops where you can find the most unusual of items. The district has good access to healthcare with the presence of two multi-speciality health clinics. The district has good road connections with Doha Expressway also known as Al Shamal Road (Q1) running along the west edge of the district and Salwa Road (Q5) on its south edge. It has good bus links, 9 bus routes in all and is very close to C-Ring Road and Al Sadd Street with 2 Metro stations within close distance to district.
As a result of the convenience afforded due to the local amenities and its central location, it is an extremely popular area for rental homes in Doha. There are many residential blocks with apartments to rent in Fereej Al Nasr and you can easily find studio apartments, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom flats to rent both fully furnished and unfurnished to suit all budgets as well as villas for larger families.