If you don’t want to make repairs, lower your price.
Buyers are looking for their new home, not their next DIY project. A house that needs too much work might not receive any offers at all, even with a lower price. That's not to say that a house must be in perfect condition to sell, but costly fixes such as a sagging roof or leaky plumbing should take priority. Once the big problems are resolved, it’s amazing what a good cleaning, a fresh coat of paint, and adequate lighting can do to put a house in the best light.