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I would leave it as it is. It is the value at the date of death, not the value at the date of sale. Sometimes, the eventual sale price is different than the valuation at the date of death. It doesn’t matter whether your father does any work later on or not, that is a different issue stop provided you have professional valuation which supports the amount you submitted to the Probate Registry, it should not be a problem.
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