I’d like to share a little bit about some of the issues or concerns I have encountered over the years when managing the emotional side of handling San Diego probate and trust sales.
Timing will drive everything else; from there you can build a strategic, specific action plan with your certified probate real estate advisor to make sure no pertinent tasks are missed.
Completing the San Diego probate real estate or trust home preparation process means that everything you as the executor, administrator or trustee need to do to get ready to move into the marketing phase of home selling is complete.
When we begin to focus on what we need to do to get the highest price for the San Diego probate real estate or trust home, with the most value, leading to the biggest return, we start by thinking about what differentiates this San Diego probate real estate or trust home from the competition. This is an important step, because no one sells in a vacuum.
Learning how to prepare a house to sell for top dollar quickly is no easy task, so I applaud you for taking the time to learn more about the process of selling a home as the San Diego administrator, executor, or trustee.
It’s now the beginning of 2019 and it’s time to begin anew. What I’ve experienced year after year, is that the new year, for San Diego real estate, begins January 15th. Today is January 15th, and yesterday I received an email from a San Diego probate attorney.
Beautiful, move in ready home with hardwood floors and neutral paint. With updated kitchen, and bathroom.
Yes, she is a fixer, needs some love and returned to its former glory. But, when looking at what it can be, you’ll love it too!
Located on the boarder of Talmadge and El Cerrito; homes rarely hit the market on this street. Easy access to SDSU, shopping and major freeways. Move right in!
Price reflects condition; bring your TLC and updates. Close to restaurants, coffee shops, and minutes from the famous San Diego Zoo.