Sellers list their homes for sale as-is when they don’t want to make any repairs or renovations before closing. In other words, there are no guarantees from the seller on anything in the house — if you buy an “as-is” property and then find a problem, the responsibility falls on you.

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Portia Green, REALTOR®

Portia’s clients all have a similar story. Most likely, you met her huddled around a tablet at the dinner table yet she feels like a friend. Her personable nature and easy going approach attract Sellers and Buyers alike, in what can be a stressful and emotionally charged event. A talented REALTOR® with 16 years experience, Portia is just as excited about real estate today as she was with her first transaction. She remains ever-committed to helping her clients find their place in the world and helping busy people navigate this crazy real estate market like a pro.