Do You Need to Sell a Probate or Inherited House in Florida?
We purchase houses that are part of a probate process, regardless of their condition, circumstance, or price range. We provide just and reasonable cash offers without any realtor fees. Sell your probate or inherited house quickly through us!
Green Mountain Real Estate Group LLC is a real estate investment company that specializes in purchasing probate houses in Florida. Probate houses are properties that have been inherited by the heirs of a deceased individual and are typically sold in order to distribute the estate. Green Mountain Real Estate Group LLC purchases these properties directly from the heirs or through the probate court system.
How We Buy Probate Houses
Green Mountain Real Estate Group LLC offers a straightforward process consisting of 3 steps for purchasing probate and inherited property.
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How Probate Process Works in Florida
The probate process in Florida is a legal proceeding that occurs after a person’s death, with the goal of settling their estate and distributing assets to their beneficiaries or heirs. Here is a general overview of how the probate process works in Florida:
- Filing the Petition: The probate process begins with the filing of a petition with the court, usually by the executor named in the deceased person’s will, or by a family member if there is no will. The petition must include the deceased person’s death certificate and a list of their assets.
- Appointment of Personal Representative: The court will then appoint a personal representative, also known as an executor, to manage the estate. The personal representative is responsible for identifying and valuing the assets, paying any debts and taxes owed by the estate, and distributing the remaining assets to the beneficiaries or heirs.
- Notification of Creditors: The personal representative must notify any known creditors of the deceased person’s death, and publish a notice to creditors in a local newspaper to give any unknown creditors the opportunity to file a claim against the estate.
- Inventory and Appraisal: The personal representative must provide an inventory and appraisal of the estate’s assets to the court.
- Payment of Debts and Taxes: The personal representative must pay any debts and taxes owed by the estate, using estate assets to do so if necessary.
- Distribution of Assets: Once all debts and taxes have been paid, the personal representative can distribute the remaining assets to the beneficiaries or heirs as outlined in the deceased person’s will, or according to Florida law if there is no will.
It’s important to note that the probate process in Florida can be complex and time-consuming, and it’s always a good idea to seek the guidance of an experienced probate attorney to help navigate the process.