Can you sell a house in probate?
End the Confusion over Probate and Estates — Can you sell a house in probate? Yes, you can
If you feel confused and overwhelmed by the entire probate process you are certainly not alone. If you are the Executor or Administrator of an estate, dealing with the process and making the decisions can be a very daunting task. You are probably wondering — can you sell a house in probate? The answer is YES, you can sell a house in probate. Obviously, it is also usually a very emotional time, which adds to the stress of the enormous job of doing what is necessary to settle the estate. Most likely this will include selling any property in the estate. Just getting the property ready to sell can be a big job in itself.
Work With the Experts
For the past several years, we have been helping people faced with these tasks quickly and easily sell the property. While every situation is unique, many of the same issues come up again and again. Our experience in dealing with this process many, many times helps us to help you with an no-stress solution.
This is a difficult time for most people. They have a long list of things they need to do to settle the estate. On top of that, they often have a property to sell that is outdated or needs a lot of expensive repairs.
As the Executor or Administrator of an estate,you may not be in position (or even want) to make the repairs needed to list the property. You just want to sell the property “AS-IS” — no cleaning, no fixing — and be done.
You’re In The Right Place…
if you want to know — can you sell a house in probate?
This is our area of expertise. We buy property “AS-IS”, pay all cash and offer a hassle free closing so you can move on with your life. If you’ve been wondering, can you sell a house in probate, the answer is yes and we are here to help. We buy houses in probate, and have the knowledge to help you through the process.
What If You Just Can’t Face Cleaning Out the House?
It’s fairly common for estate properties to need some work — whether it be clean out, updating, or major repairs — they tend to reflect the last years of a person’s life. Many people are “keepers” — meaning they haven’t thrown anything away in decades.
Family members end up spending months looking for anything of value, especially things of sentimental value or important paperwork they might need. Executors and family members often get to a stage where they just close the door and walk away. Finishing this job is just something they can’t do. What happens then is the property just sits there for months and months. This is typically the one thing holding up the process of getting the estate settled.
You Don’t Have To Do It
Cleaning out the house is something that we will do for you. When we make an offer to purchase a home, that offer is for the home in “AS-IS” condition. That’s right; we expect the house to be in the same condition at closing as it was the day we first saw it. Of course, that’s not to say that you can’t continue to clean it out, but it does mean that you don’t have to finish. Take out what you want and need, and leave the rest to us.
Not Sure Exactly What You Need to Do Next?
No need to worry. Once we have reached an agreement to buy your property, a member of our team will determine what still needs to be done to sell the property. Together we will get everything finished so you can move forward.
- If that involves removing the rest of the belonging s from the house we will do that.
- Is there furniture or old cars that can be donated? We will take care of it.
- Does the house need repairs and updating? You can just walk away and we will take care of everything.
- Are you unsure what paperwork still needs to be completed to close out the estate? A member of our team will get the answer for you.
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We specialize in probate and estates.
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Give us a call today at 856-786-7033 to see how we can help you get the unwanted property sold. Tell us what your situation is, and we will find a solution.
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