More than likely, you will not be able to get the same amount for the furniture if you try to sell the unit with the furniture included - almost like using a used car trade in when purchasing. I would not include it with the sale until a buyer expresses an interest in the unit and makes an offer. Also, if the appraisal is tight - which is almost always the case today, it will certainly not help the deal go through. You'd have to make a side deal for cash for the furniture. You might be able to use it as a bargaining chip though to get your price. I would recommend speaking to your listing agent.
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