Highlands NC Real Estate, Inclusions and Exclusions Part of Deal
Inclusions and exclusions are a part of the deal for a Highlands NC real estate transaction. This is especially true in a vacation home market. Often vacation homes are sold furnished. However, this does not mean that everything in the home is included. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, it is important to understand what will be included and what will be excluded from a Highlands NC home sale.
What can be included and excluded?
When a Highlands NC home is being sold furnished it is not uncommon for art, china, or specific pieces of furniture to be excluded from a home sale. Most sellers do not want to part with family heirlooms and, as such, will be required to pay close attention to the list of exclusions. Likewise, some sellers are attached to their appliances and may want to swap them out for the sale. It is imperative that everything that will not be included is listed. Otherwise, issues can arise as a result of the final walkthrough.
The final walkthrough is a time for buyers to pay close attention. For example, a buyer may expect window treatments to be included in the home sale yet arrive to find them absent from the home. If this was indicated in the transaction documents it is fine. Yet, if this was not mentioned in the list of exclusions there could be an issue. Sellers are responsible for having a Highlands NC property change hands in the condition expected. This includes being sold with the furnishings and fittings that are expected.
Learn more about Highlands NC real estate
Contact our team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Meadows Mountain Realty today to learn more about buying and selling homes in Highlands NC. We welcome the opportunity to update you on the market while answering all of your questions. Let our knowledge and experience serve as your guide to Highlands NC real estate.
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