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What You Need To Know If You Inherit Real Estate


If you inherit a house, or any other kind of property, you may feel as if you’ve been thrown into the deep end of real estate ownership. Not only must you deal with the loss of a loved one, but you’ll also have to wade through the legal and financial repercussions of inheriting a home. While this isn’t a rare situation, being a real estate beneficiary has a lot of moving parts.

So, if you do find yourself in this position, you’ll need to take some specific steps. We spoke to experts who explained exactly what you’ll need to do if you inherit real estate.

Step 1: Meet with a probate attorney

When you learn that you have inherited a property, you should first meet with a probate attorney to determine

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U.S. Cities Are Temporarily Banning Evictions as Coronavirus Outbreak Worsens

Several major cities across the U.S. have either issued temporary bans on evictions or are considering them as the novel coronavirus outbreak unfolds.

The San Jose City Council approved a proposal preventing evictions amid the coronavirus emergency, and San Francisco officials are putting forward similar legislation.

“We must avoid the creation of a greater public health emergency that would result from subjecting thousands more families to homelessness, and we must protect our residents from the fear of potential eviction resulting from economic dislocation,” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said when proposing the city’s temporary moratorium on evictions.

In other cities, mayors have declared states of emergency that bar evictions from moving forward. That’s the case in Miami-Dade County in Florida and in Baltimore.

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh told the Boston Herald that he had asked the Massachusetts court system “to offer leniency to those facing non-essential evictions” as consumer

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