Is it possible to sell a hoarders home as is without doing repairs, paying for cleaning, and paying for mold cleanup? Or is it unlikely?
- dripLv 74 weeks agoFavourite answer
If the land has value. And a good location. And it is cheap enough to cover the cost of cleaning up and demolition.
There are people looking for a land and willing to build.
- DavidLv 54 weeks ago
Call one of those "we buy houses" numbers plastered all over town. They will buy it but for a very low price.
- SumDudeLv 74 weeks ago
Likely / unlikely depends on price and underlying condition of the house; But yes, houses can be sold "as is."
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
There are people that will buy homes " in any condition ".
Just don't expect to get much (depends on location though).
Also how do you know the hoarder doesn't have valuables ?
It's not all boxes of junk .. Might be some treasures in there.
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- oil field trashLv 74 weeks ago
There is usually someone who will buy such a house but the price they are willing to pay will be greatly reduced and you will probably have to wait a much longer time for find that person. It is a matter of economics. How much can you afford to pay to clean up the mess versus how much more might you get for the house.
- EdwenaLv 74 weeks ago
Well, does it have any value, and what is that value? I am sure someone would take it for the labor of cleaning up the mess and fixing it up, if it is a decent neighborhood. You will not get much for it. But no one is going pay you and take on this problem and live in a bad neighborhood. So, this is how dilapidated housing starts.
- RickLv 54 weeks ago
totally depends on how bad they are ..........................