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Did you inherit a house and need to sell fast?

We can help!

How We Help

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1. Fill Out Form

Just fill out the quick form. If you are heir to a house you need to sell fast, we can help you today.

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2. Lets chat about selling as heir

We buy houses in a Jiffy! No fees, No hassle, As-is. Still have questions? Give us a call… we have answers.

3. Get the Best Solution

If you are heir to a house you want to sell fast, we have options. Simply choose what works best and we do the rest. Try us today!

Heir to a home and want to sell? Here’s good to know tips…

 

Heirship homes can be a ball of mess, or they can be a blessing in disguise.  Sometimes the home is vacant home and in need of repairs, taxes or other maintenance. Other times the home is immaculate, ready to sell and simply needs to be processed.. either way we got you covered in a Jiffy!

The Executor

Being the executor means you’ll be distributing the assets in the Will, according to the instructions. If there is no valid Will, the assets will be distributed to relatives as provided in Texas Estate Code.

Probating a Will

When a will is left behind by the deceased, there is a need for it to be probated. In fact, most wills need to be probated so the court can resolve any heirship issues before disbursement. Probating a will simply means that the executor (the person chosen by the deceased to manage their assets after death) verifies with the court that the will is valid and legal. Also, the court will verify and witness the executor will be the one to distribute the assets, according to the will.

Affidavit of Heirship

An affidavit of heirship is mainly for individuals who want to inherit the asset of a deceased with no will available. The process usually involves a family member or other person that privately knows the deceased’s family, marital status, and heirs. This person is referred to as the witness. The witness will sign and have notarize the affidavit, stating relationships to the deceased for court verification.

Lack of funds

The executor is responsible for the costs of probate, burial, taxes, and all other debts including real estate. The involved parties will have to foot the bill on all the above if there is lack of funds from the deceased or the executor. This can be stressful, especially if personal money is tight.

Lack of funds can lead to several problems when left with heirship property. Selling the home can be one of the best options for people not interested in maintaining the property, or just short on funds.

…Whatever the case House Jiffy has options for your heirship home and we can help in a Jiffy! Give us a call today.

 

We respect your needs. Thats why we do what we do!

Our team features real estate pro ready to go to work for you! Our specialized team of lawyers, title companies, contractors, investors and others are waiting to help you along whichever path you take.

We buy houses fast, As-is and make it easy for you. Why because we can.. and we do it in a Jiffy!

So if you are in any of the situations below contact us immediately!

ForeclosureDivorceVacant HomesIllnessHeirship – Behind on PaymentsOut of state ownerEstate SaleLoss of employment or job transferTired Landlord – Or Expired Listing!

Give us a quick call as well 512-387-5818