Gary is right on on saying to work with your lender. In most cases items that have been affixed to the home become fixtures and are considered real property, not personal property. Your best bet is to talk with your lender and see if they will approve it but make sure its in writing.
We wish you the best.
It's ususally best to work with the lender who is foreclosing on your property. They want the home in the best conditon as possible so they can sell it and if your applicances and fixtures are there it will show better. Talk to the lender, they may be willing to work with you and offer "Relocation Assistance" in the form of a check to you to help you relocate and leave the property in good conditon.
Best of Luck,
Maria E. Cipollone
**Disclaimer: This is not legal advice. Any legal advice shall be obtained from a licensed attorney.**