Duties of an Executor: Section Two
The Role of an Executor: Property Clearance Can Help
As the executor of a will, you want to ensure that you fulfil your responsibilities completely and in a manner that is beyond question. At Property Clearance, we can provide you with significant assistance in this respect. Maintaining the value of the possessions within the deceased estate requires a combination of valuation services, record keeping and security. We have all the knowledge and experience necessary to ensure that these services are administered effectively.
1 Property maintenance to preserve value
Ensuring that the property of your loved one does not fall into disrepair is one of your responsibilities as executor of the will. Specifically you must ensure that they do not fall in value, so that you can sell them for a fair market price if you choose to sell. At Property Clearance, we can help you meet this obligation. We routinely maintain properties for our clients throughout the process of granting probate and selling the home. To do this, we develop a maintenance program, which attends to areas within the home and its surrounds that require ongoing maintenance.
At Property Clearance, we are of the firm belief that the disposal of possessions within a deceased estate must be handled with respect for those who have passed. In addition to this, however, it must also be managed in a way that ensures that the property is sold for fair market value. Balancing these two factors is of paramount importance to us. All of our services are completed compassionately and professionally, to ensure a fair and responsible outcome.
3 Transparent and detailed records of the process
Another one of your
responsibilities as executor of a will is to clearly document how key items are disposed of from the estate. At Property Clearance, we keep complete records and validation of sale and disposal for all key items we manage. We make sure that there is clear and detailed reports of every step in the house clearance process. This is important, as it helps mitigate risks that come with the role as an executor.