Dealing with the loss of a beloved family member or very close friend is a stressful time that can become even more complicated by suddenly finding yourself immersed in dealing with an inherited house.
When there are assets to be distributed, unless your loved one sets up a living trust and the acquisition is funded into the trust, you must file probate following the inheritance of a house in Greensboro. Probate is the settling of the affairs of a decedent in court. For probate to begin, the court must legally establish an executor or personal representative of the estate. There must also be communication with the beneficiaries, which provides an accounting. Any claims from creditors must be satisfied along with the settlement of estate taxes if any. The probate court will resolve any disputes between heirs if needed.
Working with professionals helps make the process easier for everyone involved. AIP House Buyers has purchased many Inherited houses in the Triad area. We will explain how the process works from the start, which means you will be going through an education process. We will cover some tips on how to sell an inherited house in Greensboro when there are many heirs involved. We have attorneys who can help with any legal issues and we will pay for everything. If you have decided against holding the property – AIP House Buyers will make a fair offer and purchase with cash.
When you work with AIP House Buyers, you can be relieved of the burdens that came with the property. We will take the time to explain every figure used to reach our offer and that you agree it is fair. We use straightforward contracts with no commissions or hidden fees because our goal is to make the process easy. Once we agree on a price our local Real Estate attorneys will take over, all you will need to do is provide some paperwork and show up for closing.
If you have an inherited property in the Triad area please give us a call or text. 336-707-5223