By, Sandy Flores Broker, Certified Probate Realtor in California CPRES, with special skills in dealing with Probate Real Estate Sales.
A home is sold in probate court when someone dies intestate. This means the person has died without bequeathing their property or stating what to do with the property now that the owner is no longer with us. When this happens, the court system takes over and administers the property’s sale. The court wants to be certain the property is marketed and sold at the best possible price. The good news for the heirs or other people involved in settling these matters is that the cost of a real estate probate sale is generally no different than the costs involved when selling a regular piece of real estate.
The short answer to, “How to sell during probate,” is to hire a top notch, experienced probate real estate specialist. A Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist (CPRES), can help best to deal with probate real estate sales.
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