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. She feels like a friend and most likely you met her at the kitchen table or huddled up in the living room. Her personable nature and easy going approach attract sellers and buyers alike, in what can be a stressful and emotionally charged experience. An experienced REALTOR® with 15 years experience, she is just as excited about real estate today as she was with her first transaction. Portia 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.