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Home Selling in Holliston : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 22, 2010
Elizabeth Herbert answered:
Hello, Debb!

What is the address of the property in Holliston, MA? Also what would you like to know about it?

If you need further assistance I can be reached at ... more
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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Kyle and Leslie Mann answered:
If the room is finished space that's heated you can count that as extra square footage. A fireplace isn't considered a heating source. Some people use a pellet stove in those spaces because it's more efficient. ... more
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Sun Oct 12, 2008
Christopher Lawton answered:
Is it above grade? Some homes have a room like this however at the back of the house on a hill thus its below grade like a basement?
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Thu Feb 7, 2008
Michael Lefebvre answered:
Technically, anything that's not "attached" should be specifically listed as an exclusion. So definitely list your three light fixtures. The freezer, fridge, swingset, sandbox and washer/dryer are considered "personal property" and although they don't necessarily NEED to be listed as exclusions, if I was the listing agent I would recommend disclosing that upfront. That way all offers and negotiations can be conducted with full knowledge of what's included and what’s not. In my experience it's better to lay it all out on the table beforehand in the interest of avoiding confusion as the deal progresses. Keep in mind at some point, even if they are listed as exclusions, savvy buyers may try to negotiate these items back in. Your best bet is to start clean and let potential buyers know exactly what you are selling from the get-go. Hope that helps. ... more
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