If you’re willing to put in a little sweat equity, consider buying a fixer-upper. A home seller who doesn’t want to go through the trouble of repairs or renovations can put you in a good position to negotiate a lower price.
Related: 9 Questions to Ask Before You Buy a Fixer-Upper
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