Every situation with Probate can be different. I encourage you to retain a licensed broker such as myself
to review your documents, and give you the right direction to in.
You always want your ducks in the right row before you list because if you find surprises down the road
a buyer may be lost because the facts were not presented in their entirety in the beginning of the listing.
I am currently involved with a PROBATE sale right now, and we find that it is going just as smoothly as
a regular sale because my client's seller is the executor of the estate. But again, every situation is
Having resided in Oxnard from 1989 to 2008 I think I would be able to give you the best possible service
for your needs.
I look forward to assisting you. Give me a call after you have looked my website at http://www.komarrealestate.vpweb.com. Thank you
I see there are some changes in the type of property I need to address for you in the first question. Lissa, anytime you go to sell a probate, the way the deed is written, "title", is important, as well as having a copy of any Trust documents. The first place to start is with the title issues and whether or not you need to be represented by a probate attorney. Most of the time a good title officer can get the ball rolling in the right direction. If you are not living in the home, your liability is limited in terms of disclosure. It is no longer expected of you to know the past repairs or needed repairs, or other material facts that you would know if you had been living there. As far as the choosing of a reputable Realtor, this becomes more important than ever if you are in the position of answering to other heirs for the way the sale is handled from start to finish. Once again, I hope you call me for an interview. I have more than one good probate attorney at my disposal.
I invite you to visit our website to see our many Before & After estates.
Paul Hargraves http://www.TrustPropertiesUSA.com