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I understand about being permanently and integrally attached - the difference between a built-in dishwasher and a fridge on wheels. So strictly speaking when you sell your house there are two sales, the house and all the other stuff you don't want to take with you. BUT - does anyone really do this? If I decide to sell my house, including washer/dryer/fridge, my ad's going to say: "For sale, $295K, washer/dryer/fridge included." I'm not going to say: "For sale, $294K, and I'll throw in washer/dryer/fridge for another thousand bucks" - even if, strictly speaking, I ought to do that.

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