Sell My Inherited Home in Indiana and Michigan

  • Sell your house fast to close your probate case
  • Get fast cash to pay off debts or taxes
  • We’ll buy your house regardless of your situation
  • Get an offer in 24 hours, close in 7 days

    Get Your Fair & Honest All-Cash Offer Today! No Obligations!

    Or Call Us Now At (574) 207-6573

    Got a Probate Property? We’ll Buy Your House and Pay Cash

    Whether you’re handling a property in probate or helping a loved one transition into a new living space, inheriting a house presents a lot of logistical and financial challenges. The biggest challenge is selling your inherited house, especially if you need to sell it fast to raise some cash during probate. 

    Regardless of your situation, M&G Property Brothers can purchase your property right now. We buy houses as-is in Indiana and Michigan. We can assess your property’s value, make an offer, and close the deal in as little as one to three weeks.

    • We’ll make a fair cash offer you can work with.
    • Sell your house as-is - no home repairs or upgrades.
    • Skip the real estate agent and sell directly to us.
    • Use the cash to pay off any debts, mortgage, or leftover property taxes.
    • Sell your house without any hassle or problems.

    A home sale has never been easier. You and your family members can unload your property, get the cash you need, and walk away with no strings attached.

    Fill out our online form or call (574) 207-6573 to get a fast cash offer. Sell your house fast in Michigan or Indiana.

    We’ll Buy Your House Regardless of Why You’re Selling an Inherited Property

    It can be difficult trying to sell the property when you’re under time constraints, can’t find a buyer, or don’t have the money to cover selling expenses. 

    Regardless of how you inherited a house or why you have to sell, M&G Property Brothers can buy your house as-is right now. We can guide you through the legal process to make selling a home easier than ever. We work with home sellers in all types of situations, including


    If you recently lost a loved one, your family may have to go through probate in Indiana or Michigan. If the inherited property is delaying your probate case, our cash home sale solution gives you more flexibility. Close the sale in a week and use the proceeds to pay any leftover debts or taxes or clear any leftover mortgage payments.

    Nursing Home

    Are you helping a loved one transition from their home into a nursing home or retirement community? If so, you may need to sell your house fast. We can appraise the property and make an offer. We provide flexible options that allow you to sell your house on your timeline. Spend time helping your loved ones make the transition and work with us when you’re ready.


    If you or a loved one are planning to downsize, you may not want to wait to sell your house. Listing the house on the market and selling it the traditional way can take too much time. We can speed up the process by buying your house right now. Sell when you want, and downsize when you want.

    Selling an Inherited House: How Does a Cash Sale Work?

    If you need to sell your house fast to satisfy a probate settlement, a traditional home sale may not work. Our cash home sale eliminates the hard steps in a traditional sale and simplifies the process. Sell your house as-is for cash in only a few steps:

    Step 1: Contact Our Buyers

    Contact M&G Property Brothers today and tell more about your property and your situation. Feel free to ask questions and learn more about our cash offers.

    Step 2: Get a Cash Offer

    We will assess your property and make a cash offer within 24 to 48 hours. Our cash offers are fair, and we will never lowball you or take advantage of your situation.

    Step 3: Get Paid

    Accept our offer and close the sale. We use a reputable title company to transfer ownership and pay you cash for your house during the closing.

    If you don’t want to sell your house the traditional way, check out the advantages of a cash home sale. We can make an offer in as little as 24 hours and close the deal in as little as seven days. Before you contact the realtor, call M&G Brothers and let us help you sell your probate home quickly.

    Why a Cash Sale Is the Best Option for Selling an Inherited House

    Selling an inherited home can be taught, especially if you have a tight deadline. For this reason, there are several advantages of a cash home sale over a traditional sale.

    No Major Selling Expenses

    Selling a house today is expensive. To land a deal in the market, you have to make home repairs, pay a realtor, and assume all closing costs. All of these go away when you sell your house directly to M&G Properties. No repairs. No closing costs. No realtor fees.

    Close Your Probate Case Faster

    Selling a house the traditional way can delay your probate case by several months. If you and your family can’t wait to sell the house, we can help you close a deal much faster. Selling the house in one to three weeks is possible.

    Work With Experienced, Committed Buyers

    We always do our homework before we make an offer. So, if we offer to buy your house, you can feel confident that the offer is fair and that we will not back out of the deal. We’ve worked with home sellers in situations similar to yours. We Helped them. We can help you sell your house right now.

    Get a Fast Cash Offer Today From M&G Property Brothers

    Probate can be tough - but selling your house doesn’t have to be. Contact us today to get a fast cash offer. Sell your house fast in Indiana and Michigan. We buy houses as-is!

      Get Your Fair & Honest All-Cash Offer Today! No Obligations!

      Or Call Us Now At (574) 207-6573

      Frequently Asked Questions About Cash Home Sales

      Can a home in probate be sold?

      Yes, a home in probate can be sold. The sale is typically overseen by the estate's executor or administrator. The sale might become necessary to pay off debts, distribute assets to heirs, or if specified in the will.

      Do all heirs have to agree to sell property during probate?

      No, not all heirs have to agree to sell property during probate. The sale of the property is typically overseen by the executor or administrator of the estate. If the will specifies a sale or if the executor believes it's in the best interest of the estate, the property can be sold even if some heirs disagree.

      Is there a time limit on selling inherited property during probate?

      Typically, there isn't a strict time limit imposed on selling the property, but the entire probate process itself has timeframes and stages that need to be followed. The executor or administrator must manage the estate's assets, including real property, in a manner that is in the best interest of the heirs and creditors, and this sometimes necessitates the sale of the property.

      What happens to a house during probate?

      During probate, a house is typically appraised to determine its market value. The executor or administrator of the estate manages the property, which may involve maintaining it, paying any property taxes or mortgages, and deciding whether to sell or distribute it to heirs as per the will or state laws. If there are outstanding debts or taxes associated with the estate, the house may be sold to settle those obligations.

      I inherited a house. How do I put it in my name?  

      If you inherited a house, the property should first pass through the probate process. Once probate is completed, you will need to obtain a new deed that transfers the property title to your name, typically prepared by an attorney or a title company. After the new deed is signed and notarized, record it with the county recorder's office or local land records office to officially place the house in your name.

      What is a probate sale in real estate?  

      A probate sale in real estate refers to the sale of a property following the owner's death, which is overseen by the probate court. The process is managed by the estate's executor or administrator and often takes place when the deceased didn't specify property distribution details in their will or to address estate debts. 

      How Does a Probate Sale Work?

      A probate sale begins with an appraisal to determine the home's market value. Depending on the jurisdiction, some sales might need confirmation or approval from the probate court. The property then goes on the market, much like in a conventional sale, with a real estate agent handling the listing. When an offer is made, the executor or administrator has the authority to accept it, though some cases may require court approval.