Maryland Probate Process FAQs, Estate Administration Resource Website Launched

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Berkshire Hathaway Pen Fed Realty has announced the launch of Guide To Probate, a new website dedicated to providing informational articles about the probate process toaq1z those who have inherited a home.

The new resource covers the most commonly asked questions about the process, particularly those concerning property sales, tax consequences, the role of executors, and whether or not to upgrade the home before listing it.

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Probate is a legal process that follows the passing of an individual and involves the distribution of their assets, including real estate. According to the latest industry research, around 1.3 million homes pass through probate every year in the US.

According to Berkshire Hathaway Pen Fed Realty, inheriting a home can be a daunting experience, but the website covers the intricacies of the process to help users make more informed decisions.

Guide to Probate provides information on managing taxes, home upgrades, and selling inherited property. Also available are articles discussing the probate process in certain states, particularly the statutes and regulations unique to that state. For example, in-depth articles covering the probate process in Maryland and Virginia are now freely accessible to site visitors.

According to the company, selling an inherited property requires a thorough understanding of the local area dynamics. For this reason, it advises individuals and families who are planning to dispose of a property but are unfamiliar with the probate process to consult real estate professionals who specialize in the field.

About Guide To Probate

The website is the brainchild of Mark Cormier, a probate specialist with over two decades of experience in real estate. He holds a number of prestigious titles in the industry, including Certified Distressed Property Expert, Certified Short Sales Expert, Seniors Real Estate Agent, and Certified Divorce Real Estate Expert, among others.

“All licensed real estate agents are qualified to sell a home, but there are many areas of specialty within the real estate world. To make informed choices about an inherited property and to do the right thing by your family and other beneficiaries, choose to work with a real estate consultant who specializes in inherited property and estate sales,” he said.

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