Losing a close family member is a painful and difficult time. In addition to the sadness and loss you may be feeling, there may be the added stress of what to do with the person’s home. Read on to learn how to sell a relative’s home following their death.
While you and other family members have been busy caring for your relative, you may have had little time to consider what to do with their home. Now you and your family are faced with the decision of whether to sell the home or keep it in the family. If the home needs some repairs, you, finding cash to fix up the home may not be feasible for you. In addition, simply listing the home for sale with a real estate agent may involve waiting months for an offer. In the meantime you will have bills to pay to maintain the home. You and your family may be paying two mortgages for months and months while you wait to receive an offer.
Get a No-Obligation Cash Offer
If you would like to sell the house fast for cash, please contact us today. We would love to give you and your family a no obligation offer to buy the home in any condition. We can close in as little as two weeks, or give you more time if you need it. You determine when you are ready to close. Need more time to move items out of the home or conduct an estate sale? No problem.
At California Family Homebuyers we will buy any home, no matter the condition. Behind on the mortgage or utility payments? No problem. We will give you a no-obligation cash offer and close as soon as you need to. We won’t prolong the process with lengthy inspections or pest reports. Instead, we listen to you describe the home, and we base our offer for sale according to your information. For more information read our post describing 3 Things to You Can Do To Prepare Your Inherited House for the Sale.
If our company sounds like a good option for you to sell your relative’s home, call us today to have someone with our team schedule an appointment with you to discuss your options. If the home needs to go through the probate court before the sale, we can provide you with information and resources regarding how to get the process moving. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best of luck,