A: It is not exactly clear what has happened or will happen when you state in your question "sell or gift an inherited house" since inherited is past tense, does not clearly indicate if ownership has been accepted/acknowledged.
I also do not understand what you mean by the $1,000 extra billed by mistake or that you owe $110,000. Who is billing you the $1,000 a month by mistake? Are you addressing the issue to get it resolved because that may be important in understanding what your options are too? Who do you owe the $110,000 to? Is there a lien/judgment of the amount owed recorded against the property/house?
It seems as though you believe "transferring" ownership of the "inherited house" to your daughter will resolve your problem. I am not sure why you think that, but that seems odd. You should seek the assistance of an attorney. The type of attorney to start with would likely be dictated by who you owe the $110,000 to.
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