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The process of selling your loved one’s home is likely going to be emotionally challenging, from the sorting of the personal belongings to the finalization of the sale at the closing table. By surrounding yourself with professionals who are empathetic and helpful, this process can be easier. Other than an attorney, your greatest resources are real estate professionals who understand the intricacies of probate property sales.

Everyone needs time to deal with the passing of a loved one. When it’s time to liquidate the real estate in the estate, you need to take the appropriate steps to learn the market, educate yourself and find an empathetic REALTOR® who can save you time, money and headaches during the transaction. My team is ready to help in every phase of the transaction and get the terms you and your family want and need.

Addressing Repairs and Maintenance for a Smooth Sale

Probate properties often require maintenance or repairs due to deferred upkeep. We understand this can be a source of stress.

Our team of pre-vetted, reliable home professionals can handle these details, ensuring the property is market-ready and achieves a competitive selling price.
This allows you to focus on other aspects of the probate process while we take care of the repairs and maintenance.

Helping You Manage Personal Belongings

We understand that dealing with a loved one’s possessions can be emotionally challenging. Our team is here to offer you a variety of solutions to help you navigate this process respectfully and efficiently.

If you’d like to find new homes for cherished belongings, we can facilitate a well-organized estate sale. Alternatively, if an estate sale isn’t the right fit, we can connect you with reputable appraisers and sellers who can help maximize the value of any valuable items.

We also have established relationships with charitable organizations that would be grateful to receive donations and ensure their proper use. Donating unclaimed assets can not only honor your loved one’s memory but also offer potential tax benefits for the estate.