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When you are selling a property, there are many things to take into consideration.  
 
One of the most important decisions you will make is what to leave behind, and what to take with you.  
 
If you leave too much behind, it could complicate the sale process and cause delays.  
If you take everything with you, the new owners may not be able to settle in right away.  
 
So what should you do?  
In this blog post, we will discuss what items you can leave in a property when you sell it, and how this can affect the entire process. 
 
There are certain items that you can leave in a property when you sell it. These items include: 
 
-Furniture:  
You can leave behind furniture if you do not want to move it.  
This is particularly common with larger pieces of furniture, such as beds, couches, and dressers.  
However, you should make sure that the furniture is in good condition and is not too old. Otherwise, it may devalue the property. 
 
 
 
-Appliances:  
Appliances can also be left behind, although this is less common. If you are leaving appliances, you should make sure that they are in good working order and are up to date.  
Additionally, you should leave a manual or contact information for the new owners. 
 
 
 
-Window treatments:  
Window treatments, such as curtains and blinds, can be left behind.  
This is a good option if you do not want to deal with moving them or if you do not like the window treatments in the new property. 
 
 
 
-Light fixtures:  
Light fixtures can be left behind, although you should make sure that they are in good condition. 
 
 
 
-Paintings and photographs:  
Paintings and photographs can be left behind, although you may want to take them with you if they are valuable or sentimental. 
 
 
 
These are just a few of the items that you can leave in a property when you sell it.  
While you may not want to leave too much behind, there are certain items that can be left without complications.  
 
In the next section, we will discuss what items you should take with you when you sell a property. 
 
Take your time in deciding what to do with your belongings when selling a house. You don't want to cause any delays in the sale or make it harder for the new owners to settle in. 
 
With that being said, here are a few items you should take with you: 
 
-Personal belongings: 
This includes things like family photos, heirlooms, and other sentimental items. You don't want to leave these behind for the new owners, as they will have no personal connection to them. 
 
-Clothing:  
Unless you are leaving behind furniture, you should take all of your clothing with you.  
This includes clothes, shoes, and accessories. 
 
-Kitchen items:  
If you are leaving the kitchen appliances, you should still take all of your dishes, pots and pans, and other kitchen items with you.  
The new owners will probably want to buy their own kitchen supplies. 
 
-Bathroom items: Like the kitchen, if you are leaving the bathroom fixtures, you should take all of your toiletries and other bathroom items with you. Again, the new owners will probably want to buy their own. 
 
-Furniture: If you are leaving furniture behind, you should make sure that it is in good condition and is appropriate for the property. You don't want to leave behind old, worn-out furniture. 
 
Thanks for reading! 
 
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