Sell My Inherited Home Fast

  • Close your probate case faster
  • Pay off leftover debts or taxes.
  • Close the deal in as little as 7 days.
  • No closing costs, repairs, or realtor fees.

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    Sell Your Probate House As-Is in Missouri and Kansas

    Probate is a difficult time for any family. One of the biggest difficulties is trying to figure out what to do with an inherited property. If a deceased loved one has leftover debt or taxes, you may decide to try to sell the house to pay off the debt. However traditional home sale may not work for you if you need to sell your house fast. 

    Brittco home buyers can offer cash for your house and close the deal in as little as a week, giving you flexibility to unload your property and lose your probate case faster. When you sell your house to us, you avoid home repairs, closing costs, and realtor fees. Plus, you buy directly from us—simply transfer the title and walk away with no strings attached. It’s the easiest way to sell your house as-is for cash.

    Fill out our online form or call 913-219-5583 to get a fast cash offer from Brittco. Sell your house in Missouri and Kansas.

    We’ll Buy Your Inherited Property for Any Reason

    Inherited properties are often tied up in probate because of legal challenges, making a traditional home sale almost impossible. Our buyers have worked with home sellers in probate to expedite the process so you can get the money you need to close your case. If you’re currently going through any of these situations, give us a call:

    • Retirement
    • Nursing home
    • Damaged property
    • Foreclosure
    • Inherited property
    • Downsizing
    • Relocation
    • Probate
    • Distressed property


    The probate process involves validating a will, appointing an executor, inventorying assets, settling debts, and distributing remaining assets to beneficiaries according to the will or state law. If you need to sell your house during probate, our cash home sale solution offers a faster sale and close process. Sell your house right now and use the funds to settle your probate case.


    Are you or loved ones planning to downsize? We can help you downsize faster by buying your house right now. Sell the house and move out on your own timeline. You can even leave unwanted items behind in the old house and we’ll dispose of them for you. A cash sale allows you to simplify your life and move into a smaller space today instead of waiting several months down the road.

    Nursing Home

    If you have a loved one moving into a nursing home or retirement community, selling your house can help you cover the cost of senior care. We can make a fair offer on your home and buy it as-is, relieving you of selling costs. Use the proceeds to pay for your loved one’s new transition.

    Our Simple 3-Step Process for Buying Your House

    In a traditional home sale you have to make home repairs, hire a realtor, list the house, stage and show the property, find a buyer, and go through a long closing. The entire process can take several months and cost you thousands of dollars. 

    Our cash home sale solution simplifies the process by eliminating many of the things you have to do to land a deal. You can sell your house fast in Kansas City in just three easy steps:

    Contact Britto

    The first step is to call our house-buying company in Kansas City. Tell us about your house and why you are selling. Feel free to ask any questions and learn more about our business. We'll guide you through the process. 

    We’ll Make an Offer

    During the next step, we’ll learn more about your house and assess your property. If we’re interested, we’ll make an offer within 24 hours. Our offers are fair. We’ll never try to lowball you or take advantage of your situation. 

    Cash for Your House

    If you accept our offer, then you pick a close date and sign the paperwork. We go through a title company to transfer ownership. Once the paperwork goes through, we pay cash for the house. We also take care of all closing costs.

    What Are the Benefits of a Cash Home Sale?

    Get the Cash You Need to Pay Off Debts

    With a cash sale, use the proceeds to settle debts swiftly. Selling your inherited home can provide immediate funds, easing financial burdens during a challenging time. Clear debts efficiently, getting peace of mind.

    Sell Your House Fast to Close Your Probate Case

    Speed up the probate process by selling for cash. Quick sales prevent prolonged legal procedures, allowing closure on the estate swiftly. Avoid delays, move forward promptly, and finalize probate matters sooner.

    Sell Your House As-Is - No Home Repairs

    No need for repairs or renovations. Sell the house as you inherited it, saving time and money. Skip the hassles of fixing up the property, streamlining the sale process during an already stressful time.

    Pay No Closing Costs or Realtor Commissions

    Avoid extra expenses. In a cash sale, skip closing costs and realtor fees, maximizing the inheritance. Keep more of the proceeds without deductions, ensuring a more substantial financial benefit from the sale.

    Work with Committed, Experienced Home Buyers

    Partner with our dedicated buyers experienced in handling inherited properties. Benefit from their guidance and commitment, ensuring a smooth and reliable sale process for the inherited home.

    Sell Your House Fast in Missouri and Kansas

    If you need to sell your house fast but don’t want the hassle of a traditional home sale, contact Brittco. We buy houses as-is. No repairs are needed. Avoid closing costs and realtor commissions. Close in as little as seven days. Call 913-219-5583 for a fast cash offer from our local home buyers in Missouri and Kansas.

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      What is a probate sale in real estate?

      A probate sale involves selling property owned by someone who has passed away, often overseen by the court to distribute assets from the deceased's estate.

      How does a probate sale work?

      The court oversees the process, validating the will, identifying heirs, appraising assets, paying debts, and eventually selling the property. Proceeds settle debts or distribute among heirs.

      Is there a time limit on selling inherited property?

      There's no specific time limit, but prompt action is encouraged. Heirs can sell once the court approves and titles are transferred. Delays might incur costs or affect property value.

      How is inherited property taxed when sold?

      Inherited property typically benefits from a stepped-up tax basis, reducing potential capital gains taxes. Any gain is calculated from the property's value at the time of the original owner's death.

      Is there a capital gains tax on inheritance?

      Inherited property usually enjoys a stepped-up basis, reducing capital gains taxes. However, if the property appreciates after inheritance and is sold, capital gains might apply to the appreciated value.

      How soon can you sell an inherited property?

      After the probate process and court approval, heirs can sell the property. The timeline varies based on probate proceedings and legal requirements.

      Do all heirs have to agree to sell property?

      The tax implications of a home sale depend on various factors, including how long you've owned the home and whether it's your primary residence. Capital gains tax may apply if your home's sale price exceeds its purchase price. However, there are exclusions available for primary residences under certain conditions. Consult with a tax professional for advice specific to your situation.

      Who owns a house during probate?

      During probate, the deceased's estate technically owns the house. The executor or administrator, appointed by the court, manages the property until distribution to heirs or sale.