Probate and Trust Real Estate

by Mina Kuper 09/01/2020

Executors and Administrators Make: 

 
Probate executors and administrators often make mistakes that cost the estate a lot of money. 
These mistakes have cost the estate thousands of dollars, in some cases tens of thousands of dollars!!!…and I do not want to see this happen to you! 
1. Not Knowing What Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Real Estate Agent to Sell the Property in Probate 

 

2.  Not Having a Clearly Defined Desired Outcome 

 

3. Not Knowing the Probate Process and Relying on Your Probate Attorney for Everything 

 

4.  Waiting Too Long to Start The Probate Process 

 

5.  Not Keeping Accurate Accounting Records 

 

6. Choosing Friends Over the CPRES Agent (Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist) to List the Property for Sale 

 

7. Not Knowing the Positives and Negatives for Selling the Property, Renting the Property, or Keeping the Property in the Probate Estate 
I know your probate duties keep you busy, but you can save my information and come back to me, Mina Kuper when you are ready to discuss your probate real estate needs and concerns.  [email protected]
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Mina Kuper

I am Mina Kuper and I have been in Real Estate for more than two decades in California and New York where I am a broker, through recessions and booms. Whether you're in the research phase at the beginning of your Real Estate search or you know exactly what you're looking for, you'll benefit from having a Real Estate Professional by your side. I'd be honored to put my real estate experience to work for you. Wether you are a first time home buyer. (Special Perks for first time Home Buyers) I am an expert in high end Luxury Estates with my team just closing a 94 million-dollar sale, I am a Certified Trust and Probate Realtor ,as well as a seasoned Realtor dealing in Divorce Real Estate matters.