From this point on I would photograph everything in the home as a form of accounting to keep track until the property closes. If there was damage caused breaking into the home and/or things listed in the contract you might have to seek credit or concession from the bank.
Sorry to hear this. As an Oregon Realtor, when I write an offer on a Bank Owned property I include a copy of the multiple listing data sheet for agents and write into the offer for it to include items that are in the property that my buyer wants. These would include window coverings, appliances...things not nailed down basically. When you receive the banks addendum these things should be clearly written in the banks required addendums too. I actually just wrote an offer for some buyers and included the online pictures of the listing as it included a picture of the new stainless appliances to cover my bases. Your agent should be able to work something out with the listing agent if these items were in the property when you viewed it and were included in your offer and were not personal property. It it was due to theft as noted earlier you could ask for an adjustment to the price from the bank but don't hold your breath. Banks are very impersonal and the risk you face in purchasing a bank owned (often called REO's) is offset by the low price. I wish you well with this.
Keller Williams Realty-Portland Premiere
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Best of luck to you!
Now if walls are being broken and pipes ripped out, that's one thing. Otherwise you need to make sure the stuff actually is/will/should belong to you. And insist on a lock being put on the door as a condition of closing.
Plus you should check to see if the neighborhood is what you consider to be unsafe this could be a sign to stay away.
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