Posted by Jasonrei on August 09, 2003 at 13:11:49:
“As Is” doesn’t always mean just “As Is”. It could mean “As Is, so don’t look at this property thinking I’m gonna do a bunch of repairs at my list price.” Or “As Is so don’t expect a beauty” or “As Is, but if you want me to make repairs you need to bump the price up and I want to be sure you will follow through.” Then again, it could be “As Is, period!”.
I have a res/comm property I’m offering for sale “as is”. Someone would have to pay cash or find a lender that doesn’t much care what condition it’s in. They could also put down a big deposit and raise the price, and I’d do whatever repairs they wanted me to make.