If you are recently dealing with the process of managing a will, you likely have plenty on your plate and are looking for information to help you deal with the process smoothly and efficiently. It can be a difficult time and you’ll likely appreciate easy and straightforward answers to all your questions.
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Foreclosure is a topic that would cause anxiety during regular times without the added uncertainty that came with the 2020 housing market. The COVID-19 pandemic threw a great many industries out of normalcy, and the real estate market was no different.
If you are starting the process of selling your home, you likely are realizing how many things you have to take care of prior to listing. There are repairs, renovations, and other aspects such as staging the house and connecting with real estate agents and anyone else you need to work with to prepare your home for sale.
Estate home sales typically occur following the death of a parent, and you and your siblings are left to sell all assets, including your parents’ home. This is usually a stressful and emotional time and the process may seem daunting, so it’s a good idea to employ a real estate agent to help you with the process of marketing and selling your house.
When a couple decides to divorce, one of the topics that will be discussed is who will get the house. Divorce is already a traumatic life event, and adding the loss of your house to the mix may be daunting.
Like with any new legal or financial situation, it can be intimidating trying to understand what happens when you inherit a house. Addressing this situation brings on emotional and financial decisions you need to make regarding your newly inherited home.
We all go through difficult financial situations at different times in our lives and it can be stressful. Many people feel embarrassed and unwilling to ask for help. It’s normal to have questions about the financial agreements you have in place when you’re going through this, and ask about ways you can alleviate some of the stress that comes from bills including your mortgage. There are plenty of options available to you but it’s important to understand the pros and cons of walking away from your mortgage, and learning how it can be done without ruining your credit.
Although many people find the process of selling a home exciting, the process can be an emotional one in multiple different ways as well. Once you’ve decided to sell, you need to make the decision to disconnect from your home so that you can move forward towards your new accommodations and start things off on the right foot.
Having your home on the market can be highly frustrating, especially when it’s not selling. The longer your house is listed for sale, the more likely your home will sell for less. Depending on your location, the time it takes to sell a house can differ in other areas. Generally, your home will sell for … Continued
If you’re a guardian or conservator over someone, you might have questions when it comes to selling property on their behalf.
If you’re thinking about moving to either upgrade, downsize, relocate, or for any other reason, you might be wondering if you should sell your home or rent it out. Whatever your reason for moving, trying to figure out what to do with your current home can get confusing. Depending on several factors such as your … Continued
Probate is a legal process where an individual gets appointed (usually a spouse or family member) and gets given the power to identify ad gather a decedent’s assets, pay any taxes or debts owed by the deceased, and transfer remaining assets to those that will inherit them. This is all based on the decedent’s existing will, or according to Massachusetts law if there’s no will.
There are laws, both local and state, that require certain disclosures to buyers when you sell your home. You might need to have inspections done or write down disclosures beforehand to ensure transparency, depending on your location.
The process of transferring assets from a decedent’s estate to their beneficiaries and heirs is known as probate.
Termites create safety hazards that can be costly to fix, as they eat the wood in, under, and around your house. The damage can limit the number of buyers interested in your home. However, there are multiple solutions for you to consider when putting your house up for sale that has termite damage.