Property or real estate can be sold to help satisfy a judgment. Of the enforcement methods available, seizing property or real estate is the most complicated and time-consuming as there are costs associated with seizing real estate or property.
If you decide to do this on your own, you'll be responsible for the costs of seizing real estate or property so be sure the proceeds from the sale minus your costs make this procedure worth your time and effort. There are also exceptions to what can be sold, but note that you can sell the defendant's interest in a property if it's held jointly with whomever buys the interest becoming a joint owner in the property.
*Information per DC/CV 60BR (Rev. 5/2011)