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Darius Brown, Home Buyer in Everett, WA

Do you have the option to buy fully furnished?

Asked by Darius Brown, Everett, WA Tue Jun 25, 2013

I see a lot of homes on this website that actually are new and are selling with pics of fully furnished homes still. what would be the process of including that furniture with the home.

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Darius,

The photos are the model homes. When the builder is entering it's last stages of completing the subdivision they will put their model homes up for sale which have already been furnished by a stager. The sale will sometimes include the furnishings as well.
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Darius, if you are looking at new homes then the pics are of the models and are "staged". Everything is negotiable, for a price.. but you'd be better off buying your own furniture if purchasing a new home. As for pre-existing homes, often times the sellers are down-sizing or moving overseas (military) and would be willing to part with their furnishings. If you're not already working with a buyer's agent, I'd be happy to help! Contact me today so we can get started.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 27, 2013
Unlikely..... I think the appraiser would have to give the furnishings no value consideration. In this market the seller isn't likely to let go of furniture for nothing.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 25, 2013
Original poster is likely wanting to include furnishings with purchase because they cant afford to buy separate or their credit is bad.
Outside of the deal is a different issue.
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In some cases I have arranged a separate sale for the furniture outside the real estate deal.
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To include the furniture in an offer, you have to submit a Non-Realty Addendum with it.

Claudia McShane
Joyce Klein Realtors
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 25, 2013
On rare occasions there are. In fact, I have just shown a pre-owned home, where they offer all the furnishings for sale too. Sometimes, when model homes are for sale you have that option as well.

Claudia McShane
Joyce Klein Realtors
Cell (210) 744-4502
The_Realtor4U@yahoo.com
http://www.SAHomes4Sale.net
Web Reference: http://www.SAHomes4Sale.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 25, 2013
Those homes are more than likely staged by a professional. You'd be better off buying your own furniture or hiring an interior decorator, than purchasing staging furniture.

Or if you have a REALTOR who's done a lot of staging, flipping, and owns executive rentals (like me) they could help as well.

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance!

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 25, 2013
It is all in the negotiating of the property when your agent puts in an offer to purchase.
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