Since several of the previous answers didn't seem to have read your question, an "as is" purchase means you've waived your inspection contingency. While you can inspect for your own information, you won't be able to bring up any issues to the seller or back out due to issues discovered during inspection.
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These are all good answers. There is an inspection period on your contract and it does vary. The seller and the buyer and negotiate that in a short sale. I did use to live in Pembroke Pines. Please let me know if I can help you in any way.
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