Do Atherton Trust Sales Always Require a 45 Day Close for Notice of Proposed Action?

Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty of California Silicon Valley Probate, Trust, and Investment Sales B.R.E. 01191194

The answer is, ask your lawyer? When a home is being sold through a trust, the heirs of the estate need to be informed. If there are any objections they need a chance to express their concerns.  It does not mean that the home can not be sold, just that whatever the objection is needs to be dealt with, sometimes through court action.

There heirs can agree to to forgo the 45 day waiting period for the Notice of proposed action by singing off before the home is sold. So, if you are selling a home in trust be sure and ask your lawyer if the waiting period can be waived before the sale of the house so that the escrow can close in less time.  You don't want to sign an offer with a 30 day close and find out there needs to be a 45 day waiting period.

If you have any questions about selling a home in San Mateo or Santa Clara that is in a trust or probate please feel free to contact me.


Marcy Moyer

Keller Williams Realty


D.R.E.  01191194

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