Sorry, I just had to check in again. The Nonrealtor brings up an interesting point that I can't ignore. If this is a bad area, it's still a good area to someone, but both the seller and the realtor who lists the home must disclose anything that they know about the property, in order to prevent any litigation after the fact.
I'm sure that the neighborhood issues are what have brough the home to a lower price point, and a savvy investor will know that's why the home is priced where it is.
Any buyer's agent will encourage a buyer to review crime statistics, talk to neighbors, review the Clue report (that would show any insurance claims against the property),....anything related to the property that might be relevant in the decision to purchase the property.
Please don't consider misrepresenting the property to 'unload it' on someone else. Another respondent was interested in talking about purchasing it already, weren't they? Mr. Nonrealtor, I'm not saying that's what you were suggesting, but there was a hint of that strategy so I wanted to comment on it.