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I own a rental house in Palm City ,should I spend 6000 to fix a fiberglass pool leak

or sell the house as is?
  • October 23 2013 - Palm City
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Most potential buyers will discount the value of your home more than the amount of money required to fix the pool, when looking at homes with issues.  But, it depends on the condition and the total value of your home. 
  • October 24 2013
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You can choose between fixing the pool first before selling it or you can sell the house without fixing the pool. In case that you want to fix the pool first, then you can add the repair cost to the market value of the house.
  • October 23 2013
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