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What Conveys?

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Selling your Maryland, North Virginia or Metro D.C. home should be a rewarding experience producing a postive outcome. We take the guesswork and stress out of selling your home. Why not think of the Sold By Sisler Team website as your online home selling resource library.

Real Property & Personal Property

As a seller, how do you determine what should "convey" with the transfer of your property and what you can take with you? Conveyance means any personal or real property that "transfers" to the buyer as a result of a tranfer of real estate. A perfect example of what conveys with a real estate transfer would be "window treatments". If the seller decides to take their window treatments with them to their next home, the seller should make their wishes known by stating it in the purchase contract.

Is It Permanently Attached?

Typically, any real property or personal property that is "permanently attached" to the home is deemed to transfer to the buyer. Please note, to eliminate any confusion, question or doubt about what should or should not convey is best covered via the offer to purchase and contract. If a buyer is interested in purchasing your stove (free-standing), the buyer should stipulate his or her wishes in the written offer to purchase and contract.

As your home selling specialist forMaryland, Northern Virginia, and D.C. , the Sold By Sisler Team would be happy to discuss your home selling needs. Contact us now to schedule your complimentary initial home selling consultation.

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