Selling a House ‘As Is’ in California

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in California? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Median sales price in California.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Illinois

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Illinois? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. If a seller or an agent lists the property “as is” then the label can carry implications.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Texas

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Texas? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Skip repairs and close in as few as 10 days.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Florida

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Florida? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Most buyers enter the market and expect to make an as-is offer anyway.”.

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The ‘Should I Do it?’ Guide to Selling a House ‘As Is’

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If you want to sell your home, but it has large issues you don’t have the time, money or desire to fix, you may consider listing your house for saleas is.”. In this guide, we’ll walk you though what an “as issale really means — and what it doesn’t.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Wisconsin

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Wisconsin? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Skip repairs and close in as few as 10 days.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Connecticut

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Connecticut? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell Your Home As-Is With a Competitive Cash Offer. Estate sales.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Indiana

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Indiana? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Skip repairs and close in as few as 10 days.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Massachusetts

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Massachusetts? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Median sales price in Massachusetts.

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How to Sell a House ‘As Is’ in Ohio

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in Ohio? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell Your Home As-Is With a Competitive Cash Offer. Average sales price in Ohio.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in North Carolina

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Looking to sell a house “as is” in North Carolina? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, sometimes the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer.

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Selling a House ‘As Is’ in Washington State

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Selling your Washington home “as is”? Whether you’ve got a fixer-upper or recently inherited a relative’s home, you’ve likely decided that the goal is to skip repairs, get a fair offer, and move on. Sell 'As Is' With a Cash Offer. Is a real estate attorney required?

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Selling a House With Fire Damage? How to Do It and Not Get Burned

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helt2/iStock If you’re looking to sell your home after a fire, you basically have two options: You can sell it as is , or you can repair the home. Selling as is, of course, is the easier solution in many cases. When to sell a fire-damaged house as is.

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5 Keys To Know About an ‘As Is’ Home Sale Before You Try One

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These are all items that you may see listed for saleas is” on sites like Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist. With the addition of “as is,” the seller sends shoppers a message: Hey, you can buy this thing, and here’s the price I’m asking for.

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What Does As-Is Mean When House Hunting? And When Should Buyers Consider an As-Is Home?

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You’ll see the term as-is when shopping for a house, but what exactly does as-is mean? Does it mean you’re about to walk into a home where the roof is falling in, or one that is occupied by a rogue family of raccoons? What does as-is mean: An entire property.

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Top 5 Reasons Why People Sell a House As Is

Louisville Homes

When you want to sell a house as is, that doesn’t immediately mean the house is necessarily in poor condition. ‘As is’ means you’re not making any repairs or providing any warranties. The form we use is called a Seller’s Disclosure.

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The Appraisal World is changing, as is UAD and the URAR

McKissock

The new Sales Comparison Approach section of the URAR will contain significantly fewer abbreviations and be easier to read. Sean Murphy is a Certified Residential appraiser, appraising residential real estate since 1992.

Selling a House “As Is”: How Much Money You Stand to Lose — and Why

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Selling a home “as is” has its perks. But there’s one major drawback to selling as is: less money in your pocket. Just how much do you stand to lose if you list your home as an as-is sale ? What happens when you sell your house as is.

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Buying a Home As Is? Watch for These 7 Red Flags

Realtor.com

Realtor.com If you’re shopping in today’s uber-competitive housing market, you’ve likely seen homes listed as is for sale. At its most basic, a home being sold as is typically means the seller isn’t interested in any sort of negotiation.

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Selling a House With Aluminum Wiring: Partial Update, Full Rewire, or Sell ‘As Is’?

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But if your home is a little bit older, your wiring might be of the less-desirable aluminum variety. No need to panic, though — you can take measures to ensure the house is safe and marketable, often without the costs of a full rewiring. That’s the ease of Simple Sale.

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Can You Sell a House As Is Without Inspection? A Reality Check

HomeLight

Selling a house “as is” without inspection is the definition of driving a hard bargain. In essence, you’re asking buyers to purchase your home blind and take your word that your price is accurate. Why ‘as is’ doesn’t always mean no inspection.

How to Buy a Home As-Is and Make Sure You’re Protected

HomeLight

You think it’s almost too good to be true when you see one crucial caveat: It’s selling “as-is.” But, while it’s true some as-is homes require work only a contractor would dream of taking on, there can be more to these properties than meets the eyes. As-is, where-is.

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How to Sell a House As Is When You’re Done Getting Nickel and Dimed

HomeLight

If you’re considering selling a house as is, you’ve likely sold a house before and still lose sleep over how the buyers haggled over every little imperfection. Anticipating this type of situation is what leads many sellers to say upfront, “Forget about asking me to make repairs.

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Arm’s Length or Another Type of Sale? The 7 Sale Types Explained

McKissock

As a real estate appraiser, whether you’re considering the current terms of sale or analyzing previous sales of the subject property or comparable sales, it is imperative to know whether a sale is an arms-length transaction or a different type of sale.

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How to Find Short Sale Homes: A Guide for Buyers

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Short sales can provide an excellent opportunity for potential homebuyers to score a good deal. If you’re in the market to buy a short sale home, you’ll need to prepare for a lengthy closing process and steel yourself to jump through some hoops not generally associated with traditional sales.

How pre-sale renovations are changing home sales

GeekEstate

For the last couple of decades, the real estate industry’s focus on improving the home sale experience has centered on speed. Marketing messaging promises faster sales, speedier loan processing, and quicker closings. ” Some home sellers want — and need — a faster sale.

Find Real Estate Cash Buyers for a Speedy Sale

HomeLight

Whether you’re an investor looking for a speedy sale so you can move on to your next deal or a homeowner trying to unload a property quickly to avoid financial strain, you’re in search of real estate cash buyers to purchase your house without a lengthy or uncertain process.

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Understanding the Short Sale Process

CT Homes

As difficult as it may be to believe, the mortgage collapse was over ten years ago. A defining term that emerged shortly after the collapse was the “short sale”. There is a good chance that even if you were in real estate you probably never heard of it before 2008.

Short Sale Closing Costs: What Buyers Should Know

HomeLight

If a homeowner falls behind on their mortgage payments, a short sale is one potential way of correcting course. Short sales operate according to the lender’s approval, requirements, and timeline. Short sales 101. Let’s start with the basics: What even is a short sale?

How to Prepare Your Home for Sale and Attract Buyers

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When you prepare your home for sale, it’s important to be able to detach from the house emotionally, so you can understand what buyers are looking for, and what their potential concerns may be. Proper packing techniques will help you prepare your home for sale in more ways that you think.

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Should You Buy a Short Sale House? Answer These 10 Questions to Find Out

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You just heard about short sales, and they sound intriguing. But it would be a mistake to think you’re automatically getting a deal with a short sale. Rick Ruiz is an agent in Las Vegas , Nevada, who works with 70% more single-family homes than the average agent in his area.

How Long Does a Short Sale Take? What to Expect When You’re Buying Short

HomeLight

Between searching for, viewing, negotiating , inspecting, and possibly renegotiating on a home, the road to the closing table is rarely a short one. And if the house you’ve landed on is listed as a short sale, you could be in for a long ride. What exactly is a short sale?

Existing-Home Sales: Increase Reaches Highest Level Since Before Great Recession

RIS Media

December hit another historic peak for existing-home sales, experiencing the highest level since 2006 after rising 0.7 According to the latest data from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), year-over-year, existing-home sales increased 22.2 Existing-Home Sales: 1.59

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Buying a Short Sale: 4 Tips to Make Yours the Winning Offer

Realtor.com

Buying a short sale can score you a sweet deal on a home. It might even sound like the easiest transaction ever: The seller is determined to sell a house and you have the means to buy it. It’s good as gold, right? In a short sale, the home is being sold at a loss.

What Is A Short Sale and Is It A Good Idea As A Buyer?

HomeLight

You don’t see as many short sales in 2020 as in 2010; despite their name, they’re neither short nor simple endeavors. How do short sales work? A foreclosure is initiated by the lender, who repossess a home when the property owner can no longer make payments.