you house "as-is" means that you are selling the house
in it’s current physical condition. If you don’t want to
bother with doing too much work to the house to make it ready for
the Buyer, then this may be something to consider. However, this does
not exempt you from disclosing everything you know about the
selling your house "as-is" consider that you will have
to price accordingly. If a house down the street is selling for
the price you want, but that house has upgrades, different
features and in better condition, you can’t very well expect to
get the same price.
you’ve sold your house, the Buyer will usually have a home
inspection performed on the house. If not by a hired professional,
then by themselves. Whatever the results of that report, almost
always there are issues that concern the buyer. These issues will
be addressed in the form of a list of repairs you will be
requested to complete. And at that point, the buyer and seller
will need to reach mutual agreement on these repairs to continue
escrow. However, if selling a house in "as-is"
condition, there is rarely much the buyer should ask for.