If a buyer has been approved for a loan, does their lender require an inspection of the home even if it is sold "as is"?
i am selling my rental house "as is"..i have an potential buyer coming by to look..the realtor that i had when i bought the house i'm in is going to draw up the paperwork and her lawyer will do the closing (this is a favor to me, the house is not on the market),,i want everything done right..
i am not making any repairs, it is what it is...will there be ANY problems with that?
also, the tenants are in the house because i need the rent...is it o.k. to keep them in, although they have destroyed my rental house, while i'm trying to sell the house i am not an investor, just happened to end up with this house when i divorced and have been renting it out...i am totally new to the process of selling property.
what do i NOT say to these folks when they come by...they are property investors and want a house to fix and "flip" ... will be the only time i've ever done this and want to say and do the right things..i know i do not have to accept just any offer, but neither do i want to deter potential buyers.
and why would i have it inspected when i'm not going to fix anything?