I am looking at selling my Dad's house. He passed away in December--my brother was going to buy it, but now has decided we need to sell it. I am the executrix, so I am trying to decide what to do. The house is in good shape on the outside--would be a good starter home for a small family. It has three small bedrooms, one bathroom, front living room, family room, kitchen(small), sunroom and basement(partially finished). There is also a nice detached garage. The inside is what I'm not sure what to do with. The carpet and linoleum in the kitchen is in bad shape, but the bathroom is in really bad shape. I don't know whether to go ahead and rip out the bath and put in stock items and leave the rest or just sell the house "as is" and sell it as a fixer-upper. With the market as it is I don't want to go in and spend 15-20000 and then it set unsold. I know how it is with homes(we've done remodeling in the house we're in twice and the house we lived in before we gutted and remodeled before we moved in), once you start remodeling one thing, it leads to another, and while you're doing it, you might as well do this, and so on. Or at least that's the way we tend to do it. What do you all think.....redo the bathroom and leave the other rooms or just clean everything as best I can and sell it as is? THanks for any advice--things like this tend to be emotional for me and I would like an "outside" opinion.