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As-Is Sales Subject To The Probate Code

As-Is Sales Subject To The Probate Code

As-is subject to the probate code is what many buyers agents forget when they write offers. We always put this into the agent confidential remarks on MLS. A seller is under no obligation to repair anything on the California residential purchase agreement. Probate sales double-down, if you will, on the as-is.

Getting into contract on a probate sale and then attempting renegotiating the price later is not a smart idea. Probates generally are working with little to no extra cash and every penny is most often required by the administrator of the estate. read more

5 Star Realtor Team Review Sacramento Probate Sale

5 Star Realtor Team Review Sacramento Probate Sale

Attached is a 5-star Realtor team review for a Sacramento probate sale in the Boulevard Park area of Sacramento. This recent review was posted online from a very happy client. Reviews are so important and the highest compliment a client can provide.

Highly likely to recommend *****

09/13/2019 – Carson Zabel bought a condo home in 2019 in Boulevard Park, Sacramento, CA. Review for member: JaCi Wallace

  • Local knowledge: 5 STARS
  • Process expertise: 5 STARS
  • Responsiveness: 5 STARS
  • Negotiation skills: 5 STARS

JaCi & Crew: Thank you so much for everything. We are all so happy with the home and the neighborhood and the price and the painter and the locksmith … read more

Looking for a Sacramento Probate Property?

Looking for a Sacramento Probate property is often like looking for a needle in a haystack. It just so happens we have a Probate listing coming on market June first. The listing price range is in the lower three hundred thousand. It has two separate living units. These are smaller homes but, where can you buy anything with two rentals on one parcel in Sacramento? Well, look no further than Zip code 95817.

There will be a coming soon sign on the Sacramento Probate property within a few days. For more information call, Weintraub & Wallace. It’s currently occupied; however, proper notice of sale was provided to the tenants. They will be in the process of moving out. Access will not be available until the property goes live in MLS. There will be a lockbox installed on the property and Realtors can show it. read more

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