Hi Kathy Lynn, I'd suggest that the named Executor of the Will contact a California Attorney that specializes in such matters. I can certainly help you sell it once given the go-ahead by the proper authority ;o) I used to work in McKinney, TX! Tell the Lawyer to contact me direct at:
Larry Webb, Ph.D., MBA
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My buyers often ask me why as a future home owner should they pay for a home inspection? A home inspection prepared by a licensed home inspector is an invaluable investment in the future of your home.
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Setting a price for your home may be a perplexing task for some especially for newbies who have just entered the real estate market. How do you determine when the price is right or you are going too far
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Tony ... I believe that you should be leasing a property for your business only after you have created a written and viable business plan. That plan would include timing and method for getting the business license. And consult with somebody experienced in the nature of your business and discuss whether your business plan is reasonable, that your license will help you, that you will have work comp insurance to cover employees, and whether the assets and product of your business will be insurable. Then you would consider leasing a business premises.
Harrison K. Long, Realtor agent and broker, Coldwell Banker Previews, Irvine, CA.
Also a lawyer licensed by the California state bar for many years.... more