We understand how hard it can be when you lose someone close to you; it is tough for you and for all their loved ones, and it’s sometimes tempting to bury your head in the sand rather than deal with the disposal of their estate. Unfortunately because HM Revenue and Customs are generally on the case, you have to either go through the Probate Procedure yourself or you will need to employ a probate solicitor.
Probate can be a lengthy, time consuming and disturbing procedure, especially if there are a few beneficiaries involved, but we can usually help. We can recommend a legal representative to help you through this sensitive time and can usually speed up the sale of probate property dramatically.
The obvious way to sell the probate property is through estate agents in the conventional way, but this can take months or even years to complete, in this rather flat market. Many bereaved people prefer to concentrate on supporting friends and family during this sensitive time, and have neither the time or the inclination to handle the legal and financial aspects of selling a property. We can help take the strain.
At Property Help Today, we work to a timescale to suit you and will keep you and the executors informed at every stage of the process. We can handle the sale of property for you at no expense, quickly in the strictest of confidence.
Our reputation is important to us. We make our income by purchasing probate properties at a fair price, with transparency, efficiency and always in a way that benefits both parties.
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If you need help NOW, please call us on 020 3012 0032 or text HOUSE to 07951 106732 for a confidential, no obligation chat with one of our team. We can’t promise to buy, but we do promise to listen.