From my experience, appliances are not usually included with the seller's concessions. Seller's concessions are usually the closing costs, which are attorney fees, recording fees, lender fees, first mortgage payment, taxes or utility reimbursements, etc. In general, closing costs could run anywhere from $3000-$5000 depending on the amount of the loan and how much you're putting down, etc.
Now if you are buying this home with perhaps a 203(k) loan option, then appliances may be able to be added into the loan, as well as any other repairs noted by a licensed contractor. I would check with your loan officer on that one since it is not normally included with the seller's concessions. Good luck!
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