Inherit A Home
You just inherited a house. Now what do you do?
This is a very common question that we get here at We Buy Houses Las Vegas.
Sometimes, inheriting a house can be a great thing and a major financial help. In that case, selling your new inherited house is probably the very last thing that you would lie to do.
But there are other situations where inheriting a home may not be a major blessing. For some people, inheriting a home can be very emotionally as well as financially taxing. Sometimes they may have inherited the house from someone who they were close to, or maybe the house has simply no real value or use to them.
In those kinds of circumstances, We Buy Houses Las Vegas can work with you to get your home sold and without going through the expensive and time consuming process of going through a real estate agency.
When we are presented with the option of buying your inherited house, we will work with you to discuss your options. Other options besides selling your house to us will include renting the house out to tenants, and while that can create additional cash flow for you, you’ll also have to contend with the issues surrounding renting as well. For example, if there’s a toilet leak or anything else major that pops up, you’ll be the person that your tenants call. Additionally, if your tenants fail to pay rent on time, it will be your responsibility to have them evicted as well.
Another option will be to sell the home via a realtor. This will be a fine option, but it can also be very time consuming, may require you to get additional work done on your home necessitating extra money to be put forward, and you’ll have to contend with taxes, appraisal fees, realtor commissions, closing costs, and other fees.
In contrast to this, We Buy Houses Las Vegas will buy your home ‘as-is,’ regardless of the condition or the location of it.
The process for us buying your inherited house will be the same as with any other house. We’ll schedule an appointment and then meet up to discuss your situation and everything there is to know about the house. We’ll need to know things such as any damage that’s been dealt to it, the amount of money you owe on the house, any legal liens, and anything else relevant.
We’ll then inspect the house to give it an overall evaluation and assessment before comparing it to comparable homes in the area. We’ll take into factor considerations such as the overall fair market value, condition, location, and so on to figure out the fairest price possible.