Selling a house as is means you are not willing to do any repairs that the seller may request. You are still required to tell a prospective buyer and know conditions. Most states have a seller disclosure form that tell you what needs to be disclosed to a buyer prior to accepting an offer. Your state's real estate commission will have copies of the form.
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i think the house's history, the junk (if there are any being left), amenities, design, use for the new homeowner in terms of per square unit. Just make sure there is a seller disclosure that discusses why sell your own home as is.