If you need to sell probate property in California, you should know it’s a little more complicated than selling real estate traditionally. Let’s walk through the general process.

Selling Probate Property In California.

If a property is sold through probate in California, it must get an appraisal by the probate referee. The appraisal value helps set the price that you have to get for the property in order to avoid legal hassles. Once the appraisal is done, the estate executor has to let all interested parties about the intention to sell the property and get their consent.

What happens if a beneficiary objects to the sale?

Sometimes, a beneficiary will object to the sale. At this point, that beneficiary gets the chance to buy the other beneficiaries share of the property. If they aren’t willing to do that, then, the executor goes to the probate court for approval to sell the probate property.

Finally, the executor can list the California probate property for sale. Then, offers come in. If an offer meets or exceeds 90 percent of the appraised value, it’s legal for the executor to accept the offer without court approval.

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