"Did the buyers decide if they wanted any of the stuff that we offered them?" My seller asks... you know the sofa, the chair, that kinda stuff.
"They hadn't mentioned anything... I'll reach out to them and ask. I did tell them about all the stuff you mentioned, and figured the inspection was a good time for them to view them".
"I know" says my seller "they left some papers behind, and one of them was the print-out of your email to them with the list of 'stuff'."
My brain goes into quick overload... they're now able to read an email that wasn't intended for them... I'm pretty sure I didn't say anything untoward. Just "The seller would like to know if the buyer would like the sofa, chair and rug in the living room. Also the chair and curtains in the baby's room. Maybe you can view them at the inspection and let us know?"
whew... dodged a bullet right? Glad the email didn't say... "Can you ask the buyer if they'd like my sellers ratty old sofa, and crappy chair and rug?? I know it's all old and beat up, but the sellers don't want to move the stuff, so they'd like to let you deal with it" Right?
Ya never know who's gonna see what you've written. Follow that old axiom... make sure that whatever you write... pretend that your mother is going to read it. Would she approve?