It's commonly assumed that sales of real estate in probate are extremely difficult, if not impossible. The truth is that, in most cases, the Executor has the power to make a decision to sell - as long as he has the agreement of all the heirs to the estate. In some cases, he or she may also need the permission of the court, but even if that happens, the agreement of all the heirs will usually be all the judge needs to approve a sale of real estate. Research the laws in your state for any requirements - for instance, some require that the property be listed through a licensed realtor.
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