“A Realtor told me we can market our home “As Is” and not make any repairs. Is that a good idea?”
No, for at least two reasons:
1. Marketing “as is” gives many homebuyers and agents a sneaking suspicion that your home has problems you don’t want to fix. This will lead to buyers making lower offers.
2. Despite the “as is” label, homebuyers will still ask you to make repairs if they find things wrong with your home.
So you get a lower price and still may have to make repairs. Sounds like you got some poor advice.