Should I include my furniture with my house?

I have a house I’d like to sell on the edge of downtown Denver that I’ve been renting on Airbnb for a few years. Before I turned it into an Airbnb, I had an interior designer help me make the place look stylish. I’d have to add up all the purchases, but I think I spent somewhere around $75k, mostly on furniture. It ended up looking great and got lots of bookings. But now I’d like to sell my house and I don’t know what I’m going to do with all this furniture.

I’m planning on listing my place for about $1.25m. I know everyone here will advise me against this, but I’m considering selling it without a realtor since Denver is such a hot market, it’s already staged, and I have professional photos ready.

Since I won’t have a realtor to ask this question, I’m asking you guys. Let’s say I value the furniture at about $25k, should I put somewhere in the listing “furniture available for $25k”? or just add $25k to the asking price and say furniture is included? Or should I use it as a negotiation tool after I get offers below my asking price? Trying to figure out the best strategy… I’d rather not have to sell this furniture piece by piece or haul it to a consignment store.

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I have a house I’d like to sell on the edge of downtown Denver that I’ve been renting on Airbnb for a few years. Before I turned it into an Airbnb, I had an interior designer help me make the place look stylish. I’d have to add up all the purchases, but I think I spent somewhere around $75k, mostly on furniture. It ended up looking great and got lots of bookings. But now I’d like to sell my house and I don’t know what I’m going to do with all this furniture. I’m planning on listing my place for about $1.25m. I know everyone here will advise me against this, but I’m considering selling it without a realtor since Denver is such a hot market, it’s already staged, and I have professional photos ready. Since I won’t have a realtor to ask this question, I’m asking you guys. Let’s say I value the furniture at about $25k, should I put somewhere in the listing “furniture available for $25k”? or just add $25k to the asking price and say furniture is included? Or should I use it as a negotiation tool after I get offers below my asking price? Trying to figure out the best strategy… I’d rather not have to sell this furniture piece by piece or haul it to a consignment store. submitted by /u/Common_Unique [link] [comments]

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