I am often asked the question of what is left behind in the home. In other words, what is included in the purchase price.
You can assume that anything attached in/or to the home will be left behind. Usually, the floor, kitchen, bathroom and toilet remain behind in the house and is included in the purchase price. But also consider, for example, recessed spotlights, central heating boiler and the thermostat.
Items such as curtains and curtain rails, surface-mounted lighting and furniture are usually taken by the seller or are for acquisition.
When buying a home, it is important to ask for the list of items. This list indicates by the seller what remains in the home and what items are for acquisition.
Should there be items that you would like to adopt, it may be wise to mention this directly in your proposal.