Selling a home is about pricing it in accordance with the market. The level of repairs needed are factored into that price. The more repairs, the lower the price. If you truly cannot afford to repair, then you're looking at much lower list price, not just lower by the cost of the repairs.
A home that visibly needs repairs gives a sense that it hasn't been kept up and may have underlying problems, which can keep Buyers from making an offer, taking longer to sell. You'll be more likely to see an offer and may be able to sell for more, if the home is super clean and decluttered. Spend some time and elbow grease deep cleaning, packing up things you don't need until you move and, if possible, fixing smaller surface problems that are more affordable. It'll give Buyers a sense of pride in your home that will help them swallow the repairs needed.