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The Probate Property Sale  Procedure Is A Stressful Experience.

Why add the sale of your probate property to the list of responsibilities?

First and foremost, from our family to yours, we extend our most sincere condolences for your recent loss.

Hiring a well versed Probate Realtor in Los Angeles is essential to closing this chapter of your life promptly while ensuring you get the highest price possible for the property.

With over 100 years of combined experience, you can rest assured, whatever the case may be, we have seen it all, and Josh V Realty is on your side when it involves the procedure of the sale of a probate property.

Stuck On The Probate Property Sale Procedure ?

You’ve got questions.

We’ve got answers.

 

Probate done right.

It would be best if you had a probate real estate agent on your corner that understands the processes and how to navigate them in a way that saves you time and money. Having an experienced probate expert to lead you every step of the way, who can answer all your questions, is why we are here.

Save Money

You could hire a probate attorney yourself, and it could cost you as much as $10,000 to $20,000. You will still need to hire a probate real estate agent to sell your real property. Or, you could come to us, and we will walk you through the process, and introduce you to one of our probate attorneys, potentially saving you thousands!

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Save Time

Many documents need to be filled out and filed. You could hire a probate attorney to do these tasks, or we could help you first. You know what they say; time is money, and we can save you lots of time…and money. 

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Step by Step

Our team of experts understands the probate property sale procedure and how to approach it cost-effectively. Guiding you every step of the way is our promise

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Help When You Need It

Our dedicated team of probate real estate agents is here to help you when you need it! We are just a phone call, email, or text away

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“Josh is very professional and knowledgeable in his industry, He is personable, reliable and extremely helpful. Joshua was always quick to respond to questions or comments. He is on the cutting edge of his craft. I recommend him Highly as a probate realtor Los Angeles”

Belinda M.

- Los Angeles, CA

“Josh V Realty is professional, and gets things done quickly! He helped my mother modify her loan in order to save her home. He then listed and sold her home, used the equity she had to help get her into a new home. Overall a fantastic, humble guy. It is a pleasure to work with him. Our family is extremely grateful to him, and highly recommend his services.” Patty F.

- Los Angeles, CA

“Hands down the best real estate professional we have ever worked with and we wish we would have met him sooner. Very knowledgeable in the field and he has an awesome personality, which made the whole process much smoother!” Demarcus Family

- Los Angeles, CA

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Probate?
Probate is a court-administered process of distributing a deceased person’s (decedent’s) estate/assets according to their will if one exists or, if there is no will, to the person’s immediate spouse/children/siblings/relatives.
How Long Does a typical probate real estate sale Take?

The Probate process generally takes approximately nine to twelve months to complete.

Probate is the only way to transfer real property from the deceased person to the heirs in the event that no trust was set up prior to the decedent’s death.

When may the personal representative sell estate property?
An Estate property may be sold by the personal representative when:

  • The sale is necessary to pay debts, devises (gifts to persons named in the will), a family allowance, expenses of estate administration, or taxes;
  • The sale is to the advantage of the estate and in the best interests of the interested persons;
  • The property must be sold according to the terms of the will; or
  • Authority is given in the will to sell the property.

(Cal. Prob. Code § 10000.)A decedent’s will may designate the manner in which estate real property is to be sold or identify the particular property to be sold. Absent a court order based upon the best interests of the interested parties to the contrary, the personal representative shall comply with the decedent’s instructions. If the will is silent on these matters or there is no will, the personal representative may select the method of sale and the particular property to be sold.Estate real property may be sold by private sale, public auction, or a different method specified in the will of the decedent (Cal. Prob. Code §§ 10000.3, 10303). A private sale is one in which bids or offers are independently solicited, while a sale by public auction invites concurrent competitive bidding.

Is there a minimum price for which estate real property must be sold?
Generally, yes.  Without full authority under IAEA, the minimum offer price for a private sale of real property must be at least 90 percent of the appraised value of the property (Cal. Prob. Code § 10309(a)(3)).  The appraisal must have been made within one year prior to the date of the confirmation hearing (Cal. Prob. Code § 10309(a)(2)).

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