Today’s real estate word of the day is executer, what we’re going to do is quickly define it, use it in a sentence and briefly discuss it. So let’s start with the first thing. My name is Michael Acquisto, and here it comes. Executor is a person named in a will to administer in a state. If there is no person named, the court will name the person.
OK, and the exact fortress. With an ex at the end is the female form of the version, so that’s the definition there to use it in a sentence. I have previously been an executor and a will. OK, it’s not fun, it’s like really a bad thing to kind of be because then you’re it just always seems like you’re making enemies and you’re in charge of filling out things and no one is going to ever feel right about it. And it’s really difficult, thankless position. But you have to be the adult in the room.
And it’s a real thing and a lot of charged emotions because it has to do with family death, money and all these words together. So my heart goes out to you for a couple of reasons. If you do get named one, but just do the best you possibly can think in mind. Keep in memory what the person wanted you to actually accomplish when you’re doing this and read the documents and do it correctly. And don’t be dissuaded by the Ridgeway.