Probate Valuation

By: White Horse Surveyors Ltd  19/10/2015
Keywords: Property Surveying

When a deceased person's property is passed down to their beneficiaries, the property will need to be valued. This is the case even if you are not planning to sell the property as it must be valued for probate purposes. While the property is going through probate it is more than likely to be uninhabited. If this is the case then the property must be covered by unoccupied home insurance and it is the executors responsibility to organise this. Please advise us as to the date you would like the valuation report issued.

Keywords: Property Surveying

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