This house has got to be the worst I have ever been in. Bath: only 1 bath, no sink, tub fixtures missing, no way to turn on/off the water, it trickles down, and drains straight to the basement where there is standing water (dirt basement). Kitchen: cabinet doors falling off/broken, drawers missing, thick grease on walls. Ceiling water stains thoughout due to roof leaks, roof was replaced one year ago and no way to know what the interior damage was. Carpet threadbare throughout. Broken windows throughout. Burglar bars with no release, front door has no lock but a security gate with 2 deadbolts, one of which is a double cylinder, which poses a fire hazard, and if I remember correctly, is illegal for residential doors in CA. Holes in the walls, broken glass on outside stairs, panel on heater missing in basement, debris leaning against water heater, missing electrical plates/switch plates, junk everywhere, filth everywhere, finish trim, missing or damaged, hasn't been painted in years. Possible mold but I wasn't going to get close and sniff to make sure. No dead things, thank God, but the kid giving me the tour explained that his grandpa had been killed and they had to keep the body in the basement for a while - and it's that kind of neighborhood. Looks like bulldozer bait to me, but I've been asked to appraise "as is". I've found a bunch of fixers, but how do you decide what's comparable? I know what I saw but am sure there woudl be more if a home inspector looked at it, like probably termite work needed etc. Are there some extraordinary assumptions I need to make? And none of my comps so far have health and safety hazards like this one, but one of my comps had $45k of termite work needed and a new roof needed, and mine has a new roof so that might be comparable, but I'm at a loss on how to compare the missing bath/sink to some other problem. Help????