Our column from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, Oct. 18, 2014:
By Brian Bean & Tim Hardin
Enduring the passing of a loved one can be difficult and emotionally devastating.
Inheriting an upside-down home just adds undue pressure.
But as the real estate market has leveled out, should the heirs sell an underwater home, or just let it go to foreclosure?
It depends on the answers to the following questions: …
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(Brian Bean and Timothy Hardin are Homeowner Advocates & Home Listing Specialists with The Dream Big Team at Realty ONE Group Champions in Riverside, California. They can be reached directly at Info@DreamBigRealEstate.com or 951-778-9700.)
Brian Bean and Timothy Hardin
Homeowner Advocates & Home Listing Specialists
Realty ONE Group Champions
DRE Lic #01943304
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Published on 2014-10-18 17:43:13