If you’re thinking of selling your home, there are a couple scenarios where it’s feasible to sell it as-is. 

First though, the definition of “as-is” can vary from person to person, so make sure you and your listing agent have a mutual understanding of what your home’s as-is condition is and you don’t encounter any unwanted surprises. 

“You don’t want to use the term “as-is” when marketing the home to the open public.”

Now, if you inherit a property with a lot of problems that you have neither the time nor money to fix, this is a good opportunity to have an as-is sale. Because of the work involved in fixing up the home, you’ll typically get an offer below market value, but you’ll also likely get a cash offer and be able to close quickly. 

If everything in your home is in good condition and you don’t want to make any major upgrades to it, this is another good opportunity to sell as-is. However, you don’t want to use the term “as-is” when marketing the home to the open public, because buyers will assume something’s wrong with it. This option will allow you to still sell at a good price. 

If you have any more questions about the best way to market your property based on its condition, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I’d be happy to help you.