During this real estate market shift it is important to be mindful of pricing strategies that will help you to sell the San Diego probate or trust property quickly and for the best price. Selling your house in California now means that you’ll have to be aware of the real estate market shift and price reductions are inevitable.
If your loved one died without a will and you went to the probate court and was appointed as the executor of everything but you want to continue to live in the home can you still do that? Click here to find out more.
Are you preparing to sell your loved ones probate property, and you’re wondering what to expect from the home inspection?
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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.
5 quick tips on How to Interview a Real Estate Agent First, pick three real estate agents to meet in person. Do a bit of research by viewing each of the real estate agent’s websites. Ask them to email references; contact some of the references and ask about their experience working with…
The third in a series about Questions to Ask a Real Estate Agent Lastly, determine the specific arrangements with the real estate agent, financial and otherwise. How much do you charge? Don’t ask if their fee is negotiable because ALL real estate fees are negotiable. Typically, real estate agents charge a percentage, from 2.5% to…