Buyers contemplating a purchase should bear in mind that, as with probate sales, real property sold through conservatorship is always sold as-is. Whether or not the property has been occupied, the conservator may make no changes to the condition of the house – no repairs, improvements or even paint. In addition, buyers may have less flexibility in their offer and commitment, as conservatorship offers are written without contingencies.
Properties listed for sale through conservatorship are marketed as probate listings. To view properties currently offered for sale, have a look at The Sanborn Team Listings.