A listing that is advertised as an "as is" sale can be a put-off to buyers. They might assume that something is wrong with the property that will cost a lot to repair. If they have little free time or money, they might decide before even taking a look that this isn't the house for them. An "as is" sale can mean a number of different things. So, before you dismiss a listing as unsuitable, find out what "as is" means. It could mean that the property is part of the estate of someone who died. In some states, such properties are sold in their "as is" condition and without warranty in order to protect the heirs who might know nothing about the property. Let's say you inherited your aunt's farm in Lassen County, Calif. You were there once when you were a kid, but haven't seen it since. You are not in a position to make any disclosures about the property. In this case, "as is" means the seller knows little if anything about the property. The property could be in wonderful conditi...
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