You can sell an inherited house, even if still in probate, or it needs a lot of repairs quickly for cash!
Inheriting a house can be a very emotional and overwhelming responsibility. While there is most likely equity in the home, there are usually other stressful issues. The loss of a loved one is very challenging. When you add that together with the property upkeep, repairs and keeping the property secure from break-ins or damage it can become too much.
We are here to help. There are a lot of unique challenges that come along with selling a home in Probate or in an Estate. We have the experience and the ability to help you and the heirs, no matter what the situation is or the condition of the home.
We’ll Buy Your Inherited House Even If It’s In:
- An Estate Sale
We can buy your house “as is” in any condition. We use our own finances to buy your house, which means we can close in as little as two days.
If you are responsible for selling a property on behalf of many people or between siblings, we have solutions. Now you can easily do your part by selling the house and avoiding all the headaches and expenses of making needed repairs and selling with an agent or on your own. There is no need for you to put your house up on the market, show your house to dozens of potential buyers, wait for months and negotiate a sale that includes costs of updates and repairs, and paying realtor commissions and closing costs.
Sell Your House to a San Luis Obispo Home Buying Company
Another option is to sell an inherited house to a cash house buying company. You won’t have to worry about any repairs, you save thousands on agent commission costs and you can receive a no-obligation cash offer in just 24 hours.
Virtus Offers gives you a cash offer within one day and you can close whenever works best for you. You can have your San Luis Obispo house sold in a week!
If you need to sell your San Luis Obispo area house fast and would like to get a no-obligation cash offer, call us now at 919-275-5388. Whether you decide to sell your house to us or not, we would like to help answer questions you might have about the process.