Arizona Inheritance Law
While I am no attorney, I do know that there are certain laws that you have to follow when asking “Can Inherited Property Be Sold in Tucson?” Arizona probate laws are fairly clear about who can file probate, and for what amounts. Generally speaking, you may have to wait some period of time to sell an inherited house in Tucson. A good attorney can help you in the difficult times after the death of a loved one. Much of the probate process in Arizona is straightforward depending on how the estate held title of any real estate.
Can inherited property be sold? Yes, provided that you have clear title, and are ready to sell. The next question is; “Should I Sell My Inherited House?”
Should I Sell My Inherited House?
If you are here in Tucson, and you have inherited a house, then you may be in a position to decide whether or not you want to keep this family home. Many of the families that I have encountered as an Investing Realtor here in Tucson who have inherited houses have decided to keep them. Other families however, have decided to sell them for various reasons. Generally speaking, the homes that I buy need a lot of work, or updating, or many times, has a lot of personal property.
Sometimes one of the biggest challenges that I havge discovered amongst those who want to know “How To Sell an Inherited House” is “what do I do with the personal items left?” It is difficult to go through the personal effects of a loved one when you are trying to grieve and go through the process of selling. One advantage to working with an Investing Realtor like myself is that I can purchase a home without you having to remove any items at all. I understand exactly what it is like to go through that process, and I tell my customers in advance that they can leave whatever things they want to dispose of, and I will take care of it for them.
Can Inherited Property Be Sold?
In short, absolutely! Provided that you have gone through the proper probate process. Arizona probate law frequently asked questions can be complicated, but selling your home doesn’t have to be. If you have completed the probate process, and have an unwanted home that you want to sell; you need to decide what is best for the estate. If you have an unwanted home that is in good condition, and has very little by the way of repairs needed.. you might be best to sell it on the open MLS. You will generally get a good offer in a very little amount of time.
However, if the home is in need of repairs, or is in need of updating, then get a fast fair offer from me by clicking here or by calling or texting me at (520) 403-6227!