One of the most important aspects is your actual contract itself. The MLS offering may include certain items but the actual contract between the buyer and seller would constitute the legally binding agreement.
We often see mis- understandings when a buyer thinks because it was listed one way that's what they are getting in the purchase. We then go to the actual contract documents and determine what stays and what does not.
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This doesn't mean that the seller will not be willing to work out a separate bill of sale for those items. You can always ask if you are interested.
As Loren stated, it can be questionable if the seller has the right to not convey some items if they were originally installed in the home when the seller purchased or refinanced the home.
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As stated below those items are going with the seller. The bigger issue for you to worry about is, If the speakers are built into the walls, what will be there when they move out? Holes? Will there be wires hanging from the ceiling after they remove the ceiling fan? Make sure your Realtor negotiates either a replacement or that those items will stay. Have them throw it in the negotiations.
Best of luck!
Remax / Lakeland
Remember, everything is negotiable.
Most of the time, a 'fixture' is an item that is 'attached' to the home, and when you purchase the home, those fixtures 'convey' or transfer to you, the new owner.
Occassionally, an owner will want to take some of their fixtures with them when they move, such as ceiling fans, built-in speakers, light fixtures/chandeliers, etc. This is acceptable so long as the new buyer agrees to those terms in writing, up-front when the contract is signed by both parties. It's critical to have all of those things addressed during the 'negotiation' period so they don't become issues later just before closing.
Hope that helps! Happy House Hunting!
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