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Do the appliances stay when a home is sold?

In most transactions, any fixtures (items that are physically, permanently attached to the property) stay after the sale. This includes stoves, ceiling fans and lighting fixtures, wall unit air conditioners, built-in dishwashers, storm & screen doors or windows, wall-to-wall carpeting, etc. Appliances (items that can be moved readily without damaging the premises) that are not necessarily included in a sale include refrigerators, washing machines, clothes dryers, etc. Sometimes there are certain fixtures that the seller wants to take with them when they move. These should be disclosed in the contract, or replaced with something of equal value. Also, the buyer can negotiate if there is something they specifically want to stay in the property.

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