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A big consideration is if the home is being sold as a short sale. In a short sale, the sellers have lost all their equity, and may want to keep as much personal property as possible - and washer/dryer sets are considered personal property (see Millou Rose's answer).
If a buyer were to request them anyway, they could risk offending a short sale seller.
Typically, the only things that autmotically come with a home are those appliances affixed to a wall...these are usually the stove, dishwasher, and perhaps a microwave.
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If the washer and dryer are not mentioned on the MLS listing as being included in the sale of a home, you can always have your Realtor write it in the purchase contract under items to be included in the sale.
unless you included them in your offer,
they were still there when the Escrow closed.
They are not "attached" to the house.
The Sellers, (you?) should remove them as soon as possible to avoid conflict.
Quite often, if they are there when the offer is made, and removed at the "Final Walk Thru", an arguement could be made....