I had a listing where the homeowners had a $8,000 dining room chandelier. They did not want to take it down before they actually moved. Every offer we got (even though disclosed that it didn't come with the home) was worded "property to include the chandelier currently in the dining room." We lost 2 cash buyers before they finally took the chandelier down and we then sold the home w/o the expensive chandelier, but with another one that looked nice as well (but didn't cost $8,000).
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One year I put this womans house up for sale, she had two huge pineapple palm trees in her front yard, they were so beautiful, and she told me she had some people from MGM properties offer her 6,000 for each one. I said and you didn't take it ???? She said she will. I told her if you are thinking about doing that, I need to hold off on listing the house till she has them removed, so she called the people and told them if they wanted them they would have to come remove them immediately and they did lol. But can you imagine you fell in love with the curb appeal right away and then when you move in the trees go out ....not a good situation :)
I agree with Tanya. Some Individualization may be a bonus.