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Get CASH For Your Property | No Selling Fees | We'll Pay Your Closing Costs | No Repairs Needed | No Financing Contingencies
Need Help Selling an Inherited House?
Do you need to sell an inherited property fast? Beachworks is committed to helping you move forward. Our team has helped many heirs selling estate property. We’re familiar with the process and working with multiple decision makers to get your property sold fast. We buy in AS-IS condition and all CASH!
- Get an All-Cash Offer On Your Inherited Property
- No Realtor Commissions or Service Fees
- Avoid Thousands of Dollars on Repairs
- You Pick the Closing Date
- We’ll Pay Your Closing Costs
- We Offer Flexible Terms and Work With You – No Matter the Situation
Here's How It Works
Step 1: Request an Offer
Fill out the quick form above to request an offer on your house. We’ll review the top-level information and send you an initial offer within 24 business hours.
Step 2: Talk to an Expert
Once you’ve received your initial offer, we’ll schedule a time to take a look at your home. We make this process as quick and private as possible.
Step 3: Receive an Offer
After we’ve analyzed your property and unique situation, we’ll send you a fair, all-cash offer with no obligations to commit. You decide to accept or decline.
Step 4: Close On Your Timeline
We’ll close in a way that fits your needs. Whether you need to sell your house fast or need time to pull everything together, we’ve got your back.
What Sellers Are Saying:
"In my opinion, Beachworks was easy to work with and fair. All negotiations were handled professionally, and the end result was satisfaction to all parties involved."
"Beachworks worked quickly to analyze the estate property and provide the necessary information. They replied to all inquiries in a timely manner and answered my clients' concerns and questions. I look forward to working with them again."