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Needless to say.. most of my work for today is done.. Check this out. It's cool! http://mashable.com/2013/02/08/speed-painter/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Mashable+%28Mashable%29
That section is quite clear to me. You have some options listed and an "Other" category. If the buyer does not investigate the other options and list them in "Other" then they don't apply. Or in "Other" have "see attached Addendum" if the space provided isn't sufficient. I see this as the Buyers responsibility at the time of the offer. On the other had, the selling agent should advise the seller to counter making clear what will actually be paid for by the seller by mentioning a fixed dollar amount toward the policy or specific items in addition to the "Basic" plan. If a buyer asks for "All appliances" as you mentioned, with the inclusion of what the buyer is bringing into the home without mentioning them specifically, the seller mindset will be "all appliances in the home" since they are not aware of what the buyer is bringing. If that isn't acceptable to the buyer then it sounds like Arbitration is in order.. or if the dollar difference is nominal the agents involved split the additional cost and call it a day.
Leslie Ebersole Out here personal property cannot have a value as part of the sale of the home. It has to be negotiated outside of escrow and has no bearing on the acceptance of the property. Negotiations begin after seller acceptance of the initial offer. On the other hand a built in frig is not considered personal property. If it was stand-a-lone then yes, it is personal property.
Woops... hit enter too soon. What I'm really looking for in a system is one that is Operating System agnostic. I would like to be able to use my main computer (a linux based machine); a windows machine; Mac; Android or iOS tablet or phone without having to worry about how it will display or function. Ziplogic is attempting this with a new Beta of their system in HTML5. It looks good but warns you should upgrade from XP to Win7, on Mac it should just work and on Linux it blocks it entirely. I guess they are afraid of providing support.... something Linux users NEVER expect.