We are selling my mothers house. Great neighborhood and the house has great bones but even with our repeated pushing not everything has been kept up as well as it could. Inside is in great shape but outdated. We figure that stuff is negotiable and buyers will prefer to make their own choices. The house is stucco with a flat roof. (In the SW where this is the most common finish). Stucco will need to be redone in the next few years but the parapets should have been done. Roof is in good shape and has been inspected and repaired annually but is about 18 years old. Water heater is 14 years old. Heater/AC units are 8 or 9 years old. Several large windows have condensation and one will not stay up when it’s lifted. Door from master bedroom has some dry rot at the bottom of the frame and there are cracks in the plastic frame around the glass insert. Our Realtor is sending his handyman over just to give us an estimate of the costs of fixing some of these items so we can negotiate repairs. My question is would any of this stuff, which will be obvious in an inspection, be marked as having to be fixed before financing would be approved? We want to get ahead of anything that might slow a sale. Anything else is reflected in the price or up for negotiation.
Thanks for any input.