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Real estate investing has been around for centuries, but probate investments may leave you scratching your head a little. The Probate legal process of validating a will, paying debts including taxes, and distributing the remaining assets could take up to a year, often times what emerges is an opportunity to purchase the property from the person that’s left to handle the assets.
The month of November has been proclaimed as the National Family Caregivers Month to honor those that courageously provide care across our nation to our veterans, elderly and anyone in need of care.
In the United States there is an average of 60 million people providing care to disabled individuals. Let us join together in honoring and supporting those that give so much of themselves to care for others.
The sale of probate property can be complicated, unless you have an experienced probate Realtor on your side. Hiring a Realtor who has extensive knowledge and experience with probate is important to a successful sale.
For example, when an administrator or executor is looking for an attorney to handle the probate process, they’re not going to hire a divorce attorney; they’re going to hire an estate attorney.
When hiring estate sale organizers, one always wonders if a special license or certification is necessary to own an estate sale business. Although many estate liquidation companies are owned by licensed brokers, appraisers or auctioneers, their license isn’t specific to the estate sale industry.
Details about professional licensing
A license gives “permission to practice” it is issued in order to regulate specific activities that require specialized skill. Real estate brokers are licensed professionals, so are estate attorneys, and appraisers.