First and foremost, my condolences on the loss of your loved one. It’s never easy to lose someone.
There are so many things you’re probably finding yourself having to deal with, beyond just the sadness of your loss. It’s hard to ever be entirely ready or prepared for everything that has to be thought about and addressed.
One of the more obvious things people expect to have to handle is the “estate” of someone who has passed. However, it’s often more involved and complex than many people expect. “Estate” is a broad term that involves many different things.
And one of the largest elements of one’s estate is typically the real estate they owned.
This booklet will touch upon a few of the more common, but unexpected, issues people find themselves dealing with when handling the real estate portion of the estate.
This is not a comprehensive “how-to” but rather a look at some issues most people (and even most real estate agents) do not expect or address — until they’re in the middle of dealing with them.
Hopefully this booklet will help you avoid them altogether or at least help you to identify and deal with them more readily when they arise.
Again, my thoughts and condolences go out to you, and please feel free to reach out to me with any real estate related questions you may have.
NOTE: If you have extended family who will be involved in the estate and real estate related decisions, and you’d like additional copies of this booklet for them, please just ask and I will send.
Click here to get your copy HOW TO HANDLE THE REAL ESTATE OF A DECEASED LOVED ONE.