These are three great questions that will help you avoid costly mistakes when selling a San Diego probate or Trust property. For more on these, watch the short video.
The spa-like master bathroom is fully remodeled with separate tub and shower. The fantastic palapa has a pizza oven, plumbed-in gas bbq, refrigerator, sound sysem and 42” flat-screen t.v.
Preserving the property in the estate becomes crucial so that the San Diego executor can distribute the decedent’s property as dictated by the will. In some cases, San Diego executors physically secure a home with locks so that the belongings inside can be preserved for appraisal and distribution.
Welcome to this home with corner lot located in Mission Village. This single story fixer home is 1,524 sqft with 4 bedrooms.
Upgrades include: roof replaced in 2001, Honeywell furnace with electronic air cleaner and air conditioner installed in 2007 and dual pane windows installed in 2011.
Canyon location! This single story home in a small community of Arbor Canyon View Estates has beamed vaulted ceilings in the living room.
A probate can be a very complicated process. Additionally, if the house is located in San Diego and you live in a different state, matters can understandably become more complex.
The sale of an inherited house can be accomplished in one of two ways. The first method is for the trustee to conduct the sale of the property.
Although the mention of probate is enough to make anyone cringe, it is important to remember that the San Diego probate process is in place to serve an important purpose. If your loved one passes without a will or estate plan, the probate courts allow for the assets to be distributed to the heirs.
Spacious ranch style home on over an acre of land. Located well off the road this home has a covered back patio, open kitchen with view of the rear yard, formal dining room, large living room and separate family room.