Are buyers willing to buy houses that are not broom clean and with all personal property removed right now?

I’m should be moving out of state and expect that I’m not taking all of my stuff, especially some large furniture. I expect it would take a long time to sort it out and get rid of stuff I’m not taking. A fair amount is probably worth selling, much of it is in perfect condition and works perfect for the house, and much of it is at least worth donating. I think I could spend 3-4 weeks just disposing of this stuff (requiring post-closing occupancy, where I wouldn’t need it and could deliver immediate possession if I could leave stuff behind that I’m not taking).

Are people willing to trade off an empty house for earlier possession right now?

The house isn’t hoarded or anything. It just has regular house stuff. We actually agreed to take a fair amount of furniture from the sellers we bought from since they were downsizing and they had better stuff than us anyway.

Obviously this is a negotiable term, I’m just curious about how buyers in this market would feel about it, or if anyone has seen it come up as an issue.

Edit: also the house is very clean, but if course moving kicks up a lot of dust and reveals a lot of things like hidden dust bunnies. Also worth noting I have a disability that limits my ability to carry heavy stuff or to do heavy cleaning, so I’d need to find people to deal with all of my stuff for me.

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I’m should be moving out of state and expect that I’m not taking all of my stuff, especially some large furniture. I expect it would take a long time to sort it out and get rid of stuff I’m not taking. A fair amount is probably worth selling, much of it is in perfect condition and works perfect for the house, and much of it is at least worth donating. I think I could spend 3-4 weeks just disposing of this stuff (requiring post-closing occupancy, where I wouldn’t need it and could deliver immediate possession if I could leave stuff behind that I’m not taking). Are people willing to trade off an empty house for earlier possession right now? The house isn’t hoarded or anything. It just has regular house stuff. We actually agreed to take a fair amount of furniture from the sellers we bought from since they were downsizing and they had better stuff than us anyway. Obviously this is a negotiable term, I’m just curious about how buyers in this market would feel about it, or if anyone has seen it come up as an issue. Edit: also the house is very clean, but if course moving kicks up a lot of dust and reveals a lot of things like hidden dust bunnies. Also worth noting I have a disability that limits my ability to carry heavy stuff or to do heavy cleaning, so I’d need to find people to deal with all of my stuff for me. submitted by /u/shakeyshake1 [link] [comments]

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