Sell Your Inherited House

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We Make Selling Your Detroit House Simple & Hassle-Free 😉

No complicated processes, repairs, or stressful showings.

Sell in as-is condition

We buy houses in as-is condition which means we will take it exactly how it is!

Easy sales process

Our three-step process eliminates the hassle and stress of selling your house.

Close on your schedule

We can close when you’re ready to sell; whether that’s a week or six months.

No repairs needed

No matter how many repairs your house needs, we can take care of it! We handle all repairs.

No commissions or fees

Since we are buying your house, there are no real estate agent commissions or fees to work with us.

No cleaning needed

When you sell to us, feel free to leave it dirty and with all your unwanted items!


Undoubtedly, selling your home can be a stressful, time-consuming, and pricey procedure. Nevertheless, at Money Team Properties LLC, we can get you rid of the hassles that having an unwanted property brings with it. We want to make sure that you feel satisfied with the work we do by buying your house, no matter its condition or current situation. 

We provide homeowners with a very simple solution and quick procedure since they do not have to make any repairs, replacements, or remodeling to sell it to us. They will avoid realtors’ commissions, showings, and waiting that comes with buyer financing. They will even get rid of problematic tenants.


We Can Buy Your House Regardless Of The Condition Or Situation! 😱

Here are a few situations we have helped Detroit homeowners in:

 Inheritance?
 You need to avoid or prevent foreclosure?
 Behind on taxes?
 Downsizing?
Upgrading?
Relocating?
 Tired of a rental?
 Expired listing?
 Job transfer?
Selling a house vacant?
House needs major repairs?
Mold?
Fire Damaged?
Hoarder Home?
Pool Issues?
Storm Damage?
Falling behind on payments?
Going through probate?
Health Issues, and need to sell?
Going through a divorce, and need to sell quick?
Job loss?
Code violations?
 Problems with tenants?
 Bankruptcy?

If you responded “yes” to several of these questions, we are glad to announce that we have a solution to your problem! We are specialists in solving property problems for homeowners, particularly those that present a financial problem to them. We can solve almost any financial problem that your property is causing.

We strive to help you control your current situation, end the hassles, and get back to living a more relaxed life. Also, you should have to understand all of the alternatives available to you right now. You only have to fill out our short form or give us a call so our experts will immediately assist you with no pushy sales techniques or obligations. We will help you make sense of all of this confusing information. We will then present you with the alternatives that can potentially change your life and help you get back to your regular activities.

Sell Your Inherited House


Inheriting a home can be an exciting time for someone. But, it can also create feelings of anxiety and stress when the new owner doesn’t know what comes with the property. 

Responsibilities That Come With Inheriting A Home

When you are the heir to your relative’s home, certain responsibilities come with it that you should take care of to make sure that you’re prepared for your inheritance.

  • Mortgage payment: The first is that if they have a mortgage on the house, then you will need to take over paying it. If the individual who has passed away had a mortgage on their home, then you will be responsible for paying it off. If they were still making payments at the time of death or if there is an outstanding balance left on the loan, then this amount becomes due immediately and must be paid before any other debts are taken care of. 
  • Paying taxes on the property: You may also be responsible for property taxes or other payments associated with the upkeep of the dwelling. Property taxes are paid on a yearly basis, so if you have inherited your relative’s home, then it’s possible that the taxes will come due when they normally would. This is one of the main responsibilities associated with owning real estate and depending on where in the country you live, these can range from very low to extremely high.
  • Disclosure: When you inherit a home, the lender will need to be notified of this change. They may take steps immediately to ensure that there is not another person on their loan and if there was one at the time of your relative’s death, then it becomes null and void. 

Unwanted Burden: Inheriting a Property That Needs Repairs

If you have inherited a property that is not in the best condition, it may be up to you to make any changes or repairs. You need to do this before selling the house the traditional way with a realtor because if there are problems with it, such as broken windows or electrical issues, potential buyers will want these things fixed. They could lower your asking price down to the value of it being in good condition.

How to Prepare Yourself For the Responsibilities Involved

Many things come into play if you have inherited property. You’ll want to ensure that any outstanding bills or debts associated with this property have been taken care of by the estate before anything else, like getting any title changes taken care of. 

If you have been left a property through inheritance, then it’s important that you take steps as quickly as possible. Start by talking with your parent’s estate attorney about any outstanding bills or debts associated with this house and how they plan on handling them.

A Solution For Your Unwanted Inheritance

At The Money Team, we have a solution for your current situation. If you’re not looking forward to staying in the property or you don’t want to deal with all the responsibilities involved, we can make you a fair all-cash offer for the house so you can be relieved of the issue.

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