Can I sell my probate house? David Whittaker Attorney-at-Law, writes “Generally, an executor cannot sell a house before probate; they can only sell it during probate, OR the beneficiaries can sell a house after probate has wrapped up. Keep in mind that a house cannot be sold until: the court appoints an executor, or probate is completed, or until after probate has finished.
Nolo Law for All says “Probate is a legal process that takes place after someone dies. It includes:
Quoting Nolo Law for All: Not all assets are subject to probate. Some kinds of assets transfer automatically at the death of an owner with no probate required. The most common kinds of assets that pass without probate are:
If the house is subject to probate, the heirs may still quickly dispose of the property when the court appoints an executor. If there is no appointed heir when the owner passes, the property is turned over to the courts and executorship goes to the closest relative to sell the property.
Choices for disposal of the property includes using a realtor with an MLS listing, heirs selling the property themselves, or using a real estate investor like Styl Properties, Inc.
A real estate investor will buy as-is. Worrying about some repairs that you’ll need to fix based on an appraisal? An investor will estimate the repairs needed to restore your property, arrive at an offer, and will purchase the property in whatever condition the property is currently in.
No Fees! A real estate investor doesn’t charge you a real estate commission and can close in less than 30 days.
As investors, we are in business to make a modest profit on any deal. However, we can help homeowners out of just about any situation, no matter what! There are no fees, upfront costs, commissions, or anything else. We offer the simple truth about your home and how we can help you sell it fast.
Give us a ring. We would love to help you understand the process and to answer all of your questions. You can reach us at 402 999.0577.