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Professional Home Buying Company in Cherokee County, GA That You Can Trust

Posted on: March 19th, 2019 by ,

We are a local company based out of Milton, GA that buys homes all over the Atlanta metro area. Our house buying process is quick and simple. We’ve been able to help people in Cherokee County out of myriad life-changing circumstances by buying houses fast for cash. Arbor View buys Cherokee County houses big and small, regardless of the condition, and we can guarantee you an all-cash offer. We do

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Can You Expedite Probate?

Posted on: January 4th, 2019 by ,

Can You Expedite Probate? Four Circumstances that Affect Selling an Inherited Home During the Probate Process Going through probate court in Georgia is often a time-consuming and messy process. As the executor, trustee, or administrator, your main goal is to work through the allocation of assets as quickly as possible, though that may not always be an easy task.  Delays, paperwork hassles, tension among heirs,and expenses are all complications that

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Selling an Inherited House To an Investor

Posted on: June 11th, 2018 by ,

Selling an Inherited House To an Investor There is a common misconception that there is only one way to sell an inherited house, through a real estate agent. This is simply not true. There are more options. You could try to sell the house yourself. However, you could be going through a very emotional time and it could be difficult to speak with potential buyers. Especially when you over hear

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Case Study: Sell Probate House Fast and Easy

Posted on: June 11th, 2018 by ,

Case Study: Sell a Probate House Fast and Easy   Thinking about how best to handle an inherited home going through probate can be overwhelming and time consuming. According to the American Bar Association, the average probate process takes 6 to 9 months to complete. As an executor, you have a lot of responsibility to handle your loved one’s estate and heal during this difficult and emotional time.   Complications

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