Might require a cash buyer, but you'll know more after talking with an inspector and lender.
My advice in selling would be to get a home inspection done by a licensed professional and then be FULLY transparent about everything that comes from the inspection. Anything short of this, and you are setting yourself up for some legal headaches down the road.
You can find very good Realtors on Trulia or check out seekingagents.com where you can compare several at once.
There has to be some sort of foundation. Either Posts and Piers, block, old stone.....something is there.
I can recommend a good building inspector. This way you have your own home inspection and have a written report. Also you will know any othe rissues that may arise on this home and will know how to deal with them. Do not worry. I am sure whatever the case is you will be able to resolve it.
If you wish to use our services I can get personally involved in assisting you and take a look at it myself. Let me know if we can help.
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