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Kitchen appliances (including the refrigerator) are written into offers and Purchase And Sales Agreements for virtually every condominium and single family home sale in Boston.
Instruct your agent that you want the refrigerator included in the sale price and have them write it into the Offer or P&S.
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Massachusetts Premier Buyer Brokerage
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To Clarify: Why have we as Real Estate Agents been sheepish in this dilemma? Where are the local, state, national boards on this conundrum. Lets use the kiss approach here to avoid further issues with what I feel should be an essential and integral part of a kitchen. If the stove is too stay, then the fridge should stay as well. We should not have to play games with this item in the offer/p.s.
It should be a no brainer.
I know many of you have had to pay for a refrigerator before for your Buyers.
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It's been my experience that appliances that stay with the home and those that the sellers take with them vary by region. Most often in my area, all appliances stay including the washer and dryer and convey with the home but I know that in other states the sellers take the refrigerator and washer and dryer with them so are not included with the sale.
In most instances, the refrigerator is not attached to the wall so is easily removed. Many buyers prefer to select their own refrigerator according to style and color.
Prudential Connecticut Realty