A house or other type of property is something that people often inherit when a loved one passes away but problems can arise when it comes to selling an inherited property. Selling an inherited house is something that many people want to do as quickly as possible if you want to avoid the benefactors getting any value from the property. However, as with other types of house sales if you decide to sell your inherited property through standard estate agency methods you could be waiting a long time even for an offer.
The good news is that there are other alternatives when it comes to selling an inherited property, and you could benefit from a really quick sale to make the whole process faster, easier and far less stressful. A quick cash sale will take all of the stress out of selling an inherited property making it the ideal solution for anyone who has inherited a house and wants to get it sold without delay.
There are many reasons why you should opt for a quick cash sale when you are selling an inherited property. One of the key reasons relates to repairs that may need to be carried out on the property. If you decide to sell the property via traditional means you will generally need to get these repairs sorted out and this will be using money from your own pocket. This is something that can prove to be very costly as well as time consuming, and could really eat into the amount that you will make from the sale. It also means that you have to invest time in getting the repairs sorted and if you do not live close to the inherited property you could end up with less than reputable contractors working on the house, which means additional headaches and expense.
Another key reason to consider selling an inherited property to a cash buyer is because you – or other heirs who have received a share of the house – may need the money from the sale desperately for other purposes. In these circumstances the last thing you want is to be waiting months or even up to a year for a standard sale to go through. On top of the wait, you also have to consider that you may need to drop the price eventually to try and secure a sale and even when it is sold you will have a lot of fees to cover such as estate agency commission and legal fees.
A third reason why people decide to go for a quick cash sale when selling inherited property is to avoid the risk of criminal damage. When a house is lying empty for long periods, you will often get kids and older criminals targeting it so the faster you sell it the less likely you are to have to deal with such issues.
If you are looking at selling an inherited property as quickly as possible, we can provide the assistance you need. Within just 48 hours we can get you an offer on your property and we can secure a sale in just 28 days, after which the money will be transferred directly to you. At Genuine Property Buyers we are committed to not only ensuring that you get a quick sale when selling an inherited property but also that you get a fair price. All you need to do is fill out the no-obligation form online and one of the friendly team will be in touch.