Opinion Real Estate Advice



Dear Denise,
What extra items usually stay when you sell a farm?
GB Bulahdelah

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WITH each property, seller & buyer, the terms and conditions will vary.

Just like in a residential sale normal fixtures remain, ie dishwasher, air conditioners etc but with a rural transaction a buyer may ask for extra items to stay. They will need these items to maintain the property & they may not have the knowledge just yet to go out & purchase the equipment themselves. Examples can be tractors, portable round yards, large ride-on lawn mowers etc. Depending on the age of the desired items, it is usually more economical for the seller’s agent to negotiate a better price on the property, with the condition that the desired item/s remain.

The buyers are happy with this outcome & the seller will save on transportation costs to the new property, as well as time & effort in moving them.

Don’t allow the prospect of not having an old tractor anymore cause the loss of a sale. How nice will it be to receive the extra cash and buy yourself a nice new tractor or ride on lawn mower for the next property.

Hope this helps,

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