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Old 2009-10-17, 12:26 PM
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Another thing you can do is to remove your current expensive appliances and go buy cheaper ones that you will leave with the house. To some extent, buyer expect appliances with the house. This way, you can spend half of what you would on new fancy ones for your new house and you are not taking the risk of buyers negotiating on your "good appliances" that seem to be worth quite a bit; more then the price reduction they might try to negotiate anyways. Check Leons right now they have a good deal on the 3 kitchen appliances for not much...

The only problem with this option is that you will have to find storage somewhere for your current appliances until you move into your new house. Good luck, let us know what you do!
Mark, Geneviève, and kids
Released from Mattamy Phase 5, lot 15 - Feb 10, 2010
Now considering major reno to our current home in Lakeview Park / Crystal Beach
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