The amount of time, money, and stress you can save by avoiding renovations is the most obvious benefit of selling your house ‘as-is’. Even a minor rehab can take several months to finish and cost several thousand dollars. But, before the work even begins, there is the hassle of interviewing contractors and other experts to ensure you hire the best team for the price you can afford. And, unfortunately, getting a good rehab team together is never guaranteed. Sometimes, you don’t find out until it’s too late that you have overpaid for an under-qualified electrician or carpenter. So, selling ‘as-is’, especially if you need to get your house sold quickly, can make good sense all around.