You can offer a buyer your furnishings and equipment. But if they refuse, dont leave items behind: Ask Joe

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It’s common to think that because we like our things, other people will, too. In fact, sometimes buyers negotiate to include specific pieces in a purchase.

However, this is often not the case. Despite some people’s good intentions in leaving items for new owners, abandoned furniture is a frequent cause of complaints to real estate salespeople. In most real estate transactions, the expectation is that the new owner takes possession of the vacant property in broom-swept condition on closing day.

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Original Article Source Credits:   The Star ,

Article Written By:   Joe Richer

Original Article Posted on:   Nov. 20, 2020

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