Inheritance can be a delicate thing. The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Northville and Novi neighborhoods and we know that the process can be frustrating at times, emotionally draining at others, and the government gets involved far too often than most people like to admit. Unfortunately, it’s just a part of life and the only way out is to press on and push through. Whether you’ve inheriting a project house, a pretty penny or just a lot of paperwork, you have some major questions to answer and some big decisions to make. If there’s no will, this process gets complicated fast and there are many state-specific laws you must abide by. Your best bet is to get an attorney involved from the beginning. Check out below to see what sold in Hills of Crestwood in March 2020:
46575 Red Oak Drive, Northville: 4 bedrooms, 2.2 bathrooms, 3,324 sq. feet, 3 car garage, Sold Price: $540,000
Hills of Crestwood Home Sold
If there is a will, the deceased person probably indicated to whom they wanted their home to go. It might be just one person called the principal beneficiary — or it could be multiple people, like a parent who leaves their home to their three children called tenants in common. If you’re the principal beneficiary, you will be the one to make the decisions. If you’re not the only one, you’ll have to agree with your younger siblings to make this decision. For more information on Hills of Crestwood, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Kirkway Estates, Bella Terra and Northville Hills Golf Club, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or email@example.com.