The Good and the Bad:
Internet Information about Selling a House in Probate
Frequently I search the Internet to discover information posted about selling a house in a San Diego Probate. Often I find accurate information and much of the time I find incorrect information.
When using the search words “sell real estate during probate” this article appeared. I do not know the author and when it comes to selling probate real estate in California, the following points are incorrect.
- The California probate real estate appraisal will be completed by a licensed Probate Referee.
- Most California real estate probate sales are under the Independent Administration of Estates Act (IAEA) and do not require petitioning for a court confirmation date and advertising the sale is not necessary.
- There is no mandatory 10% buyer earnest money deposit or court confirmation hearing when the California probate is under the IAEA.
Having a real estate consultant, an expert in selling San Diego real estate in probate, like me, that can give you accurate information while guiding you through the steps that need to be taken when involved with selling a California house in probate is critical.
I’m Kim Ward, San Diego probate expert. When you need accurate answers to your probate questions, please call me at 619-741-0111 or visit www.ProbateAndTrustHelp.com.