You have probably read about home sellers getting sued by their buyers after the house has been sold in the real estate section of the Sacramento Bee or the Orange County Register. You might have even heard stories from a friend or from your own neighbors. The issue usually involves undisclosed problems or damage that was uncovered by a home buyer later and that potentially has a negative impact on the property’s value. Sometimes, repairs were promised before close of escrow and never satisfactorily made. In either case, imagining such a scenario happening to you can put you on edge when it comes time to sell your home. And, this might make you rethink whether you should fix your house or sell it ‘as-is’ since, technically, repairs are not required to sell a house in California. To help take some of that edge off, we will take a look at what you should and should not do, as well as what you can do, once you decide to sell.