If a Seller dies, is the contract signed by the Seller still binding? 11-29-2018

What happens when the Seller dies after signing a contract? Does the Buyer still have the right to buy the property? Dawn offers a solution to this issue in this week's Tip of the Week.

Dawn
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
Good advice. I like that your video is short and to the point.
Anonymous
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
Thank you so much for watching Dawn!  Glad the video was helpful.
Natalie Jackson Thomas, Ebby Halliday Realtors
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
02:47:27
Dawn,

I enjoy your videos very much! This was wonderful information.
Anonymous
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
Thank you for watching Natalie!
Dave Folsom
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
02:47:27
Good info to know Dawn! Thanks for the tip!
Anonymous
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
Thanks for watching Dave, always nice to hear from you.
Dick Richardson
11 months agoNovember 29, 2018
Great information.
Anonymous
11 months agoDecember 5, 2018
Thanks Dick, always great to hear from you!
Evelyn Garza
11 months agoNovember 30, 2018
I enjoy your videos .. Thank you for such helpful information
Anonymous
11 months agoDecember 5, 2018
Glad you find the videos useful Evelyn!
Monica Giorgetti
11 months agoNovember 30, 2018
As always thanks for clarification
Anonymous
11 months agoDecember 5, 2018
No problem Monica, any time!
Jeanette Edwards
11 months agoDecember 1, 2018
Is the Transfer on Death Deed something married couples should each prepare and file even if one of them is not terminally ill?  Even with a will, it would take time to probate.  Would this help so a probate would not be needed?
Blair McCartney Nash- Senior Counsel, Allegiance
11 months agoDecember 5, 2018
Hi Jeanette, this would only avoid the need for probate re: dealing with the transfer of that specific property upon the grantor's death. There are many other reasons a couple may need a will and may need to probate a will- access to certain accounts, distributions of other property, etc. So we would highly advise anyone consult with their own estates attorney as to their particular estate planning needs and if this would be appropriate for their situation
Blair McCartney Nash- Senior Counsel, Allegiance
11 months agoDecember 5, 2018
Hi Jeanette, this would only avoid the need for probate re: dealing with the transfer of that specific property upon the grantor's death. There are many other reasons a couple may need a will and may need to probate a will- access to certain accounts, distributions of other property, etc. So we would highly advise anyone consult with their own estates attorney as to their particular estate planning needs and if this would be appropriate for their situation.
Anonymous
10 months agoDecember 14, 2018
Dawn, I find ur videos very informative.  Thank you for sharing ur knowledge.
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