Are you preparing to sell your loved ones probate property, and you’re wondering what to expect from the home inspection?
It happens to the best of us, we think that our home is much nicer than the one next door, and of course, then we think our home is worth much more than it may be worth in whatever market there is. Want to know what you can do about it? Then read this…
Rarely available pond-view townhome in Scripps Ranch’s Timberlane II. Fantastic location, surrounded by trees, just steps away from a very peaceful Hendrix pond.
If you are responsible for a house in a home owner’s association, an HOA, you’re going to wanna watch this video, it’s all about home owner association rules and selling a probate house.
Closing escrow on your probate real estate, what to expect? Well there are many tips and tricks that I can give you to help ease the process for you, and give you the confidence that you wont forget any important steps along the way.
Fantastic 4 bedroom in great Clairemont location you’ll love the solar installed~not leased, owned! and the NEW dual pane windows and door to your backyard where you can enjoy your 2019 spa!
Are you preparing to sell a San Diego property? If so you are probably curious about the housing market status. What are the pending home sales numbers? and currently what are the property values? Check this out to find out!
This article addresses being a San Diego Real Estate Trustee and the experience of aggressive beneficiaries.
When the decedent leaves a will, an “Executor” is responsible to carry out the directions and requests set forth in that will. Conversely, when a decedent dies “intestate” (i.e., the person passed away without leaving a will), the San Diego Probate Court appoints an “Administrator” to manage the decedent’s estate.
When acting as the estate executor you’re allowed to use estate funds during the San Diego probate administration. You can be personally liable for misuse.