I would suggest that you call the attorney and express your concerns. I would bet that he/she will have a good answer for you.
In my practice it is not uncommon that heirs/beneficiaries believe that real estate is being sold for less than fair value. Today's reality is that a property is worth what a buyer is willing to pay. That also assumes that, if the buyer needs a loan, the property will appraise sufficiently.
If you need a personal consultation to give you specific legal advice I would suggest that you look to www.naela.org for a probate attorney near you.
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I would just send a written reponse saying that you reject the offer because the price is too low.
The answer given does not imply that an attorney-client relationship has been established and your best course of action is to have legal representation in this matter.
It is not clear whether or not you have the right to object or not. The personal representative probably has the right to sell this at whatever price he/she deems to be reasonable. If the sale needs to be approved by the court, (due to restrictions in the letters of authority), then there may be a hearing and you would have the chance to have your objections heard.
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