Selling inherited house? We can help.

Selling inherited house? We can help.

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Hello! I’m Stephanie. If you are thinking how can I sell inherited house quickly, we can help!

We buy probate properties nationwide. We understand that selling an inherited property can be a very stressful experience. When probate estate bills are mounting, the last thing you need is expensive estate agent fees. Of course, you’d rather keep legal fees low so that you can get more of the inheritance money rather than your solicitors!

That’s why you should deal with us. We buy properties in days. There are no fees to pay. We make you a fair offer and give a free valuation. We give you extra £500 towards your legal fees plus offer a free house clearance service.

Property Saviour are genuine cash buyers. We will exchange contracts in days and agree a completion date to suit your needs.

For a guaranteed fast house sale, just click on the link below.

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How to sell an inherited house?

For most Executors and beneficiaries inheriting a house after death of a loved one can be a very stressful experience because most people do not have prior experience of inheriting a house from your parents. Often an inherited house with no mortgage can be marginally easier to deal with, as you have no banks chasing for mortgage payments or requesting monthly updates on progress of selling deceased estate property.

Executor has a legal duty to sell inherited property at a fair market price, pay any inheritance tax or capital gains tax that are due to HMRC, pay all bills relating to the deceased estate and balance of inheritance proceeds to be split up between the beneficiary as stipulated by the Will of the deceased.

There are more practical aspects such as obtaining a grant of probate, determining a fair market value of inherited property, estimating holding period of inherited property as the longer the property remains on the market, the more the deceased estate bills are likely to be hence a reduction in inheritance amount.

 

Can an executor of a will sell property without all beneficiaries approving?

The executor has the power to sell an inherited house without approval of all beneficiaries as executor is appointed as a legal guardian of the deceased’ estate and to deal with all matters relating to a deceased’ financial affairs.  It may well be possible to challenge the executor’s decision but you will need legal advice on this matter.

The question is how long should a probate property should be unsold for or in other words how long does an executor have to sell a house?  The answer is that if you have tried to sell an inherited house on open market and haven’t had much luck then you need a specialist probate property buyer like Property Saviour.

Can I sell an inherited house?  Yes we will buy it!  Whether you are a beneficiary or an executor who needs to sell house fast, we will help.

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You can sell an inherited house even if a grant of probate is pending. You can learn more about how to sell a probate house with grant of probate.  Property Saviour are specialist in buying deceased estate property.

 

Can I sell my inherited house in poor condition?

Yes you can. We are buying probate properties across England, Scotland and Wales in any condition.  Get your free offer now.

Help! Can I sell house that I have inherited?

Yes you can. We will buy your inherited house quickly and for cash.  You will need a grant of probate.  Learn how to apply for grant of probate.  Save yourself a few thousands!  Get your free offer now.

 

Can I sell an inherited house with disputes?

Yes you can sell an inherited house with disputes to us.  Whether these disputes are ongoing or historical with neighbours or amongst the beneficiaries, we will buy it.

Selling inherited house to a sibling can be tricky.  In fact, selling inherited house to family can put your relationships at strain.  You can’t sell your share of an inherited property on open market.  One possibility is to refinance the property assumng it has no mortgage.  But how do you refinance an inherited property to buy heirs? You’ll need 25-30% deposit of purchase price, an excellent credit score, a stable income of a minimum £30,000 per year and proof tha your mortgage payments will exceed your rental income on property by a ratio determined by the lender.  The whole process from applying for a mortgage to completion can take several months.

Disputes can arise because beneficiaries may have different priorities and often a straight forward sale of inherited house quickly can mean that they can all move on with their plans.

We are in a position to exchange contracts quickly.  Just tell us what the disputes are.  It won’t put us off.  Get your free offer now.

Property Saviour are specialists in buying an inherited houses.  Our specialist knowledge of buying probate houses fast means a much quicker sale than normal.  Simply contact us and we will do our best to buy your inherited house.

 

Are you looking to sell inherited house to make a fresh start?

  • We buy inherited houses and bungalows fast
  • We will exchange contracts quickly
  • We offer a free valuation
  • We pay £500 towards your legals
  • We offer a fair cash price.

Sound fair enough?  Call us on 0113 320 6700 or click on our 60 second enquiry form

Property Saviour
Property Saviour

Property Saviour are experts in buying your property fast ethically. We will buy your property, guaranteed. Our service is free and we never charge any fees. We contribute an extra £500 towards your conveyancing fees. Whether you have inherited a property, it is an investment, or the property is in negative equity, we can help. Get in touch with us today on 0113 320 6700.

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