If you are unfamiliar with the estate liquidation process, you most likely have some confusion and uncertainty. To alleviate some of this, we have provided answers to our most frequently asked questions….
Q: How does an estate sale work?
A: Estate sales are typically held inside a home, and usually include most or all items within. The sales are most often held over 2-3 days, usually over a weekend.
Q: What types of items can be sold in an estate sale?
A: There are very few restrictions, almost all items can be sold, such as furniture, kitchenwares, bedding & linens, jewelry, vehicles, even paper and cleaning products.
Items that cannot be sold include alcohol, firearms, ammunition, medications, open/used personal care products (i.e. make-up, lotions, etc), to name a few.
Q: How is an estate sale advertised?
A: Each sale is advertised on several different websites, as well as in printed publications.
Q: What happens to the remaining items after the sale is complete?
A: A clean-out service will be provided for your convenience, where any unsold items that you do not wish to keep will be removed at minimal cost.
For all items being donated, you will be provided with a donation receipt for income tax reporting purposes.
Q: Do you have a contract?
A: Please Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org