Exclusions are an important part of buying and selling Highlands homes. In a market ripe with second homes it is common for furnishings to be a part of a real estate deal. It is much better to be clear from the start of a transaction what items stay and what items will go.
Many second home buyers are looking to buy furnished homes in Highlands NC, especially those intending to rent out their homes when not in use. Therefore furnishings can be seen as an added bonus. Issues arise close to closing when a full inclusion/exclusion list is provided and it doesn’t meet a buyer’s expectations. This is when emotions sometimes get the better of deal and make it fall apart. If a list is available before a contract is ever drafted it can avoid assumptions and surprises.
Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn more about buying and selling Highlands real estate. My knowledge and experience can help you achieve success in your real estate transaction. I know Highlands NC and I know Highlands real estate.