DENVER (AP) — The real estate listing promises it could be “your own little slice of hell” _ a home with spray painted profanities left by a tenant, a refrigerator full of rotting meat, soiled carpets and a back porch falling off. But in the hot real estate market, the owner is asking for $590,000 cash for the five-bedroom home in Colorado Springs. The strategy appears to be working. Listing agent Mimi Foster says a lack of available homes means most are selling as is. She says she received 16 written cash offers in the first 24 hours after putting the house on the market.