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Are carpets included in sale price?

I have accepted an offer on my house. Are the carpets included in this sale price? Thank you

Asked on Mar 3 2011, Selling in Leeds | Report content

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  • It is generally accepted that carpets are included as part of a property transaction.

    Answered on Mar 4 2011, Report content
  • Nothing is set .. if the buyers do not ask for them .. they wont be included

    Answered on Mar 4 2011, Report content
  • If you have been offered a good or fair price and the carpets are mentioned, I personally would advise you to say they are included. Some people want them, some don't. If the buyer is keen on them staying I wouldn't quibble, sales can fall through over the tiniest detail.

    Answered on Mar 7 2011, Report content
  • Details like this should be cleared up at offer stage. If they are mentioned in the brochure then they should be included in the price but the Fixtures & Fittings form which the vendor fills out as part of the sale will also clarify what is being left. Always offer to include anything you want in the property - appliances etc

    Answered on Jul 26 2011, Report content
  • Usually, yes. There is a standards seller's property form TA-10 completed pre-contract in every sale which answers this. You can always ask the seller to complete the TA-10 before you make an offer. It's not really a legal form, there is nothing a layman can't understand. (Look at TA-6 and TA-11 as well)

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    Answered on Aug 18 2011, Report content

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