Selling a house “as-is” means that the seller is not going to make any changes to improve the home. It also gives potential buyers the signal that there might be significant underlying problems and therefore should come at a discount. Most buyers will include a home inspection contingency, so having the inspection done in advance can work in your favor. “As-is” homes are not required to meet codes or to have an inspection unless the buyer has an FHA (Federal Housing Administration) loan, but the seller must still disclose all of the known problems.
Seller must still disclose all of the known problems.