Selling a San Diego Probate House or San Diego House in a Trust?
3 Costly Mistakes to Avoid
- The number one mistake that San Diego Executors, Administrators or Trustees (the Personal Representative or PR) make is setting the asking price of the San Diego probate or trust property too high. The result is San Diego homebuyers will not choose to view the interior of the property.
- This lengthens the amount of time the San Diego house remains on the market~unsold.
- Unfortunately this happens because either the San Diego Realtors provide out of date or incorrect information and/or the San Diego Estate PR chooses to “test” the market with an above market value list price.
- The frequent result is a frustrated San Diego Executor, Administrator, or Trustee, as well as, the beneficiary’s and heirs.
- Not understanding the difference between San Diego Realtors.
- The Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist (CPRES) designation can easily be acquired by a San Diego Real Estate Agent attending a seminar and taking a test.
- A Real Estate Consultant and San Diego Probate Expert is a rare thing. It takes years of experience successfully helping hundreds of San Diego Executors, Administrators and Trustees with San Diego real estate in Probate and Trusts.
- Having someone that understands the legal requirements and regulations, the contractual documents and timelines, plus has interacted with other professionals in the business such as attorneys, professional fiduciaries and referees.
- Not preparing the San Diego probate or trust house for homebuyer viewings.
- Taking care of the decedents personal property.
- Completing cost-effective repairs prior to putting the San Diego real estate on the market.
- Unless selling the San Diego trust or probate house completely as-is, having the San Diego house and yard clean will improve the buyer interest.
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