Over the summer, Juanita and her three brothers inherited a house on Regency Court in the Belmont subdivision in Woodbridge, Virginia. While the 2,300 square foot property had been in their family for more than 50 years, it hadn’t been well maintained and now needed significant repairs. Although the house held wonderful memories for them, none of the siblings wanted to live there now, as they all already owned their own homes around the Washington, DC area. And neither Juanita nor her brothers was in a position to fund the extensive repair work necessary to restore the home to its original mid-century, 7-bedroom splendor.
That’s when an Express Homebuyers TV commercial caught her eye. She called to find out about selling an inherited house in Woodbridge, Virginia, spoke with Tom and scheduled an appointment for him to come take a look at the home a few days later. Once there, Tom confirmed that yes, the house did need massive rehabilitation; the turquoise kitchen appliances were circa 1960 and didn’t even function completely. The toilet in one of the three pink tiled bathrooms was missing and the back deck was somewhat of a hazard. But that wasn’t a problem for Express Homebuyers because they make selling an inherited house in Woodbridge, Virginia easy, regardless of condition, and Tom made her an offer on the spot.
Selling an inherited house in Woodbridge doesn’t need to be a nightmare
Juanita discussed the proposal with her brothers, who were not convinced that this was the best course of action. They wanted to look into other options. However, several weeks later, they conceded that holding on to the property any longer was more of a hassle than it was worth. They agreed on a price, signed a purchase agreement and Express Homebuyers bought the house without any issues within two and a half weeks. Juanita and her brothers were relieved to be able to sell this inherited house easily, keep their good memories of it and move on with their lives.