Selling an Inherited House in Probate
If you have inherited a house that you need to sell quickly, a local real estate investor is going to be your number one and best solution. There are several reasons why, but let’s stick with the most important:
- Real estate investors pay cash for houses.
- Real estate investors are great if you need to sell the house fast.
- Even if the house needs repairs, they’ll pay cash for your house and never ask you to do anything to fix it up.
With real estate investors, like us here at Property Nation, there’s never any haggle or hassle. You don’t have to list the property with a Realtor and wait for someone to buy it. Sometimes, uncooperative heirs, judgments, and other obstacles arise with houses in probate. This can prolong the process, causing some people to walk away from the deal. Unlike a traditional buyer, investors are willing to wait out the legal process, EVEN if it takes a year or more. Houses that are involved in a Probate usually (but not always) have deferred maintenance, liens, judgments, are outdated, and may even be close to demolition. You can still sell the house quickly, and get paid all cash for the With investors as the buyer, you can still sell the house quickly, and get paid all cash for the house while saving the estate and the other heirs from having to deal with complicated issues. Yes, you may have to have a few battles between brothers and sisters, or whoever else ended up being part owner of the property, but other issues can typically be resolved quickly. Once you’ve come to an agreement as far as how to establish an acceptable purchase price, and how soon you’re wanting to get rid of the property, then it’s time to request an offer on your property. At Property Nation, we understand inheriting a house can be stressful, not including the grief involved with losing a loved one. We help you the homeowner get out of this tough situation so that you can have peace of mind again to move forward and take this burden off your shoulders. Contact us today to request a no-obligation offer for your property and to learn about your selling options.