Permanent shelving, entertainment area, and furniture are some of the most common types of built-ins that can entice buyers to make offers on one’s home. Well, as long as those built-ins are structurally sound, useful for potential buyers, and aesthetically appealing. As a New York Times ask-the-editor outlines, sometimes, it’s best for sellers to eliminate certain built-ins if they or their representation think it could be more of a deterrent to receiving high offers as opposed to something that aids their efforts to sell (and for the right dollar amount).

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