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Consideration when buying resale property

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 30 August 2016 11:27

The home buying and selling procedure can be complicated, specially when it comes to deciding what certain item goes and what items stays in the house. This issue happens particularly when the house is for sale by owner (FSBO) operation. The situation even tougher when neither the seller nor buyer is in the real estate field. This article conclude what property stays with the house when it is sold.

Seeing that most things are referred to the real estate selling and buying process, communication between the parties must always hold in mind. The seller and buyer are not competitors, if you are willing to be fair, there is always a give-and-take solution.

 

What's in for you for resale property?

There are standard guidelines to what items stays when a house is sold. Normally non-attached items go with the home seller, since it is supposed as personal property, while any items attached to the home stay with the purchaser. 

However, every places has a little bit differences in guidelines. There are certain personal property items that stays with the buyer. Items like built-in microwaves, washers & dryers, stoves and refrigerators normally don't go with the seller when the new owner moves in.

If you are the home buyer, you can gain an inch with a seller who wants to keep the personal property item. Allowing the home seller to get out the personal item is a good way of making a good will. When determining how you want to approach your choice here, just realize the monetary value of the items and how aggressive the situation is. By doing so you will always keep the big picture in mind.

 

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