Short answer is yes, you can sell the house "as is" and not perform any repairs. We've worked with many estates and have helped a lot of families in this situation.Happy to speak with you if you'd like.Peggy Lyn
Talk to a lender and have them run exact numbers for you.Peggy Lyn Speicher[link removed by Zillow moderator]
In short, no. Depending on what county you're in, repairs might not even be necessary as part of selling you home. Additionally, the potential buyer might ask for a general inspection where they won't ask for any repairs. In that case, you've spend money where it's not needed.Peggy Lyn Speicher[link removed by Zillow moderator]
Our thank you to our clients is a job well done - we sell homes for money in less time that the average agents in our market. There is no other industry that the customer expects a gift from someone who did a job for them. It's a strange dynamic. When I buy a car, I don't expect the salesman to take his hard earned money and buy me a gift.Just my thoughts.Peggy Lyn Speicher[content removed by Zillow moderator]
Just wanted to see if you had any additional questions.Thanks,Peggy Lyn Speicher[content removed by Zillow moderator]
Just wanted to follow-up and see if this worked for you.Thanks,Peggy Lyn Speicher[deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
Hi, Karen - it's an automated system that isn't 100% accurate. If you "claim" your home you can enter your own estimate of its value.Good luck!
Here is where you can start - http://www.zillow.com/post-real-estate-listings/Good luck selling your home!
It's only available to licensed real estate agents who subscribe to Zillow's Premier Agent program. Happy to answer any additional questions if you have them.
The word forever comes to mind...