I often hit a snag when the seller and attorney have trouble visualizing how cosmetic upgrades will dramatically transform the home. So they balk, complain or refuse to pay for them. But results are convincing.
The last thing the estate’s attorney wants to do is babysit the sale of grandma’s house. And the trustee needs help moving things forward but doesn’t know who to trust. How do I streamline the sale process for busy, overwhelmed clients? Well, I don’t do it alone.