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However, you would be foolish to haul a Wedgewood stove to the dump simply because it's a certain vintage.

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BEFORE PLACING A BID: it is important that you are familiar with the terms and conditions as all sales are final. Buyer is responsible for all costs and fees associated with purchase - no refunds. Registration at the auction (online / in person) finalizes each bidder's agreement to the terms and conditions of sale as stated in the Contract and any Addenda which are incorporated by reference into your bidding.

Do not bid until you have read and understand the terms and conditions.

Take a home built in, say, the 1940s, back when kitchen counters were often covered in four-inch tile and not trendy stone or concrete.

Maybe the cabinets are painted wood and the floors are linoleum.

Equipment is sold 'AS IS, WHERE IS' with no financing, inspection or other contingencies to sale.

Thomas Hirchak Company represents the Sellers only and does not inspect properties on bidder's behalf.A P&S rep will contact buyer to notify of charges and collect shipping payment.Ship-to address listed on Proxibid will be used for shipping. THCo does not disconnect, remove, pack, ship, store, crate or rig items.Further, how you would pursue a purchase offer will most likely depend on the category, the type of home you are buying that needs work.One thing you should not fall prey to is the tendency to wrongly presume that the listing price has not already been adjusted for the fact you are buying a home that needs work.Whether a house really needs work is based on personal opinion. Sometimes sellers will ask if they should fix up a home or sell it as is, and while certain repairs will bring more money, some types of improvements are better left as an option for the buyer.

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