I got a 2-part reader question recently. The first part of the question was, what do you do when you find a house where the owner is deceased, but no probate was opened? Where do you start when it comes to locating the heirs? This isn’t an easy task, but I have a couple of tips today on where you can start.
The second part of the question was, can you make an offer directly to a bank?
Show Notes – Tips for Locating the Heirs
- Here are some of the things we’ll cover in this show.
- Looking online; where do you start?
- What about attorneys?
- The person who is most likely to know where to find the heirs
- What do you say to the heirs when you’re successful locating them?
- Why the heirs might avoid talking to you, and how to solve that problem
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