Can You Take Grandma’s Roses?


The shrubs.

Grandma’s roses.

Do they stay or can you take them?

You’ve got two options:

Number one — pull them out of the ground and put them in a pot so they are not rooted into the ground and part of the permanent landscaping.

Number two — exclude them from the sale. Four roses located on the north side of the house are to be excluded from the sale. You can take whatever you want from the home that you are selling. You have to make sure that you exclude them in the contract.

If you want to go as far as taking a picture of those suckers and attaching it to that contract, then you make sure you do that. Otherwise, you’re going to be begging the buyer to let you have them later on down the road.

- Cori Radley


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