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Fri Oct 7, 2016 asked:
Sun Nov 22, 2009
Paul Drury answered:
There is another option. Any tub / laundry sink should be considered a fixture and therefore should remain no matter what. It also depends upon how good your offer is. if submitted an offer that you know is a little low and you are expecting a counter-offer, you can always add the other items in subsequent offers. Everything is negotiable in real estate up and until you have a signed agreement. Once you have a signed agreement, you will then probably need to provide additional consideration (money) for anything else you may want. ... more
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