With an aging baby boomer population, trillions of dollars will pass from one generation to the next.
This is the blog that equips real estate, financial and property preservation professionals with the insights they need to capture their share of the probate niche.
For families that have a duty under a probate proceeding, will, or trust agreement, the biggest impediment to selling is oftentimes the disposal of other assets and belongings.
Everyone has varying time frames in terms of selling the estate home. While we don't have a crystal ball, we can outline some possible scenarios that dictate when the timing is right.
Attorneys can be a reservoir of referral based business. While they often have a preferred network of REALTORS®, don't let that dissuade you. The bubble is not impenetrable.
Although direct mail has historically yielded low response rates, mailing to the captive audience of executors/administrators has defied the common wisdom.
When working a list of probates, many people want the immediate gratification of calling executors and administrators on the phone, but how to best broach the conversation?
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