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Clacton-on-Sea Probate Property Sales
Losing a loved one is one of the most painful experiences life can bring. As well as grief, in many cases there are legal and financial implications too.
Sharing assets following the loss of a loved one can be legally and emotionally complicated, especially where other relatives are involved. Our aim is to provide you with a sympathetic, professional and courteous advisers to assist you with all aspects of a difficult sale.
Our specialised action plan and cash offer can often be with you in as little as 24 hours.
Selling Clacton-on-Sea CO15, CO16 property in probate
If you have inherited a house or flat from a loved one then you may be looking to sell the property as quickly as possible, either for financial or emotional reasons.
At UK Homebuyers Ltd, we are experienced in sensitively helping people to sell their probate property fast in Clacton-on-Sea and the surrounding areas. We understand the intricacies of the probate process and will support you throughout the sale.
Many inherited houses are in need of refurbishment or repair, which can sometimes put buyers off, especially if extensive work is needed. This is not a problem for us - we can help no matter what condition the property is in.
Clacton-on-Sea House Valuations For Probate
If you have lost a loved one in Clacton-on-Sea, a property sale is probably the last thing you want to be dealing with. The process of going through probate and putting a house on the market with an estate agent can be time consuming, stressful and emotionally draining.
Using UK Homebuyers Ltd, you can take the stress out of selling a probate property with our quick and simple process:
- Inform us of outstanding debts from your loved one which must be paid, including any secured loans
- Request a valuation of your inherited Clacton-on-Sea property from one of our property experts
- Work out your selling time frame so we organise solicitors and pay their fees
- The money is paid into a bank account chosen by the executor once the sale completes
Quick sale of your inherited Clacton-on-Sea property
Sales can happen in just days once a Grant of Probate has been made. Since we have our own cash funds available, it means we don’t need to a secure a mortgage.
We also have vast experience in fast house sales and have solicitors we know can act quickly.
We will support you through every step of the process and have many satisfied customers who have sold their homes quickly with our help.
Probate Property Sales - FAQs
You cannot legally sell a house while it is under probate. You can put the house on the market, conduct viewings, agree a sale price with a buyer and conduct other preparatory work before the probate process is completed, but you can’t complete the sale until a Grant of Probate has been issued.
It is possible to clear a property of possessions before the probate is granted, particularly if the property falls well below the inheritance tax threshold of £325,000.
One of our main aims is to ensure that your Clacton-on-Sea probate property is sold within 7-28 days. You could have the cash you need to move on in life within days. We guarantee to make you an instant preliminary offer within 24 hours if you agree to our offer the simple and stress free process begins.
No, we will provide you with a no obligation full valuation report for FREE; this would normally cost you £299.
We buy direct from you, which means there is no chain, no waiting around for your buyer to sell their house first, simply a fast free Clacton-on-Sea cash sale. Our cash offer is guaranteed; we wont change our mind at the last minute like a residential buyer. So you do not have to worry about broken chains and a delayed sale. From start to finish there are absolutely no fees. We will pay for valuing your Clacton-on-Sea home, and we will pay all your legal fees.
All transactions are completely confidential. There will be no 'For Sale' sign put up outside your Clacton-on-Sea house, and no disturbance from time wasters, no viewing arrangements for potential buyers. No estate agents either, so your neighbours need never know that you are selling your house.
One of our friendly advisers is happy to review and discuss your options to help you make an informed decision about your future. Once we have assessed your situation you will then receive a no obligation cash offer for your Clacton-on-Sea property. It is entirely up to you if you wish to take the offer or just walk away.
The majority of homeowners sell their property via Estate Agents. However many people have little knowledge of how it really works.
Firstly you will have to contact the agent and arrange a meeting that is suitable for you. You normally have to wait for a week. The agent will arrange to take photos of your Clacton-on-Sea house. The agent will then draw up the particulars of the property once the photos and measurements have been taken.
A well-organised agent will advertise your property in the local Clacton-on-Sea newspaper within three weeks. In some cases the property will also be shown on an Internet site.
Within five to six weeks on initial contact with the agent you may begin to get viewings. Your property must be cleaned throughout and any DIY jobs must be carried out, which might cost hundreds or even thousands of pounds.
It’s estimated that on average a property sells after thirteen viewings. Let’s say for example the property sells on the tenth viewing. You would have to keep your home in immaculate condition for several weeks even months before this happens. You will also have to give up a lot of your time - if you work full time, this can be extremely difficult.
Finally, after weeks of viewings, somebody is interested in buying your home. They now need to arrange a mortgage, which would normally take anything up to eight weeks. The buyer’s solicitor contacts your solicitor and the searches and relevant paperwork are undertaken in the meantime. Even at this crucial stage in the sale they have the legal right to walk away, leaving you in limbo.
At UK Homebuyers Ltd we provide a much simpler, quicker and cheaper solution.
How to sell a house before or during probate
If you are selling a house in probate, it’s important to know that it can be a lengthy process. You will need to get a 'Grant of Probate' in place before completing on the sale, which can take several months. You can, however, have the property valued and put it on the market before probate has been granted.
Selling a house during probate involves several different steps:
- Register the death
- Get the house valued
- Check the title and deeds
- Pay inheritance tax
- Apply for a Grant of Probate
If someone makes an offer on the property, you can accept it but you will need to wait for probate before exchanging contracts.
Why choose UK Homebuyers Ltd to quickly sell your inherited Clacton-on-Sea house?
- We pay cash for your Clacton-on-Sea house
Yes, you may get a slightly higher price if you sell your Clacton-on-Sea house in the slow, traditional way. But we have the benefit of a very quick cash house sale and no fees.
- We have no hidden fees or costs
We’ll treat you fairly during the quick house sale in Clacton-on-Sea - we never reduce our formal offer price at the last minute. Some other property buyers still use this practise.
- Have the cash in your bank in just 7 days
We’re cash house buyers which means that you could have the money transferred to your bank within 7 days, private, hassle-free, no chains to worry about and, of course, very FAST!.
- We are a highly experienced team
We have years of experience with quick cash house sales in Clacton-on-Sea, so if circumstances lead you to sell your house in a hurry, you know you'll receive the best help and support.
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We don’t just buy inherited properties for cash in Clacton-on-Sea CO15, CO16….
We also provide our property buyer services in a number of other local areas in Greater London, the Home Counties and the South East of England: