When you lose a loved one, it can be hard enough coping with your emotions. But on top of that, there ends up being quite a lot of things most people never think about having to deal with.
One of those things can be dealing with the real estate your loved one owns. Do you keep it? Do you rent it out? Do you move a family member in? Do you sell it? Do you need to decide now?
Decisions, and how to proceed, can be difficult when you’re deciding what to do with your own home. But when it involves a loved one’s house, it’s often even more difficult, there’s even more emotions — especially if there are others involved in the process. There’s just more to do and think about than in a “normal” sale.
This is why I’ve created my booklet “How to Handle the Real Estate of a Deceased Loved One”. It will give you a handle on some of the common (but often unspoken) issues you’ll face when it comes to dealing with the home of a loved one who has recently passed away.
If you’ve recently lost someone, or know someone who has, please feel free to request a copy of my booklet. You can request it here. I hope you find it helpful, and my deepest and most heartfelt condolences go out to you and yours.