If minor repairs are needed, then do what you can to take care of the most obvious issues. If major repairs are needed, you'll need to price the home accordingly and disclose to potential buyers that these items need to be corrected.
With no funds, your focus should be on doing things that require more labor than dollars, and there's a lot you can do to make a home look more appealing to potential buyers that will cost you nothing (or close to nothing).
The best thing you can do is to make sure all surfaces are clean and neat, and remove all excess clutter. This may mean doing some painting (check the 'oops' bin at your local home improvement store for paint at a bargain). Scrub all sinks, tubs, showers, toilets, counters, and floors, including the grout and baseboards, and put away anything that doesn't add appeal to your home (i.e. countertop kitchen appliances, cosmetics on bathroom counters, toys/games, etc). A microfiber cloth works wonders on most surfaces, and since it's washable you won't need to go through rolls of papertowels and gallons of spray cleaner. Also, move all furniture so it creates an easy to follow traffic pattern through your home, and if you have too much furniture, move it to the garage or other storage location.
By "right" I mean somehwhat below "market value"......that will take into account, and compensate for the work that needs to be done, that you can't afford to do.
Buyers will buy when they perceive value, even if the home isn't updated.......make sure the idea of value jumps out at them with the right pricing!
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