Are you planning on downsizing? Do you want to get rid of a variety of different items and treasures in your home with as little fuss as possible? Perhaps you have recently inherited an estate? And now you don’t know what to do with all your loved one’s belongings before putting the property on the market? Either way, you will probably be wondering whether or not you will require the assistance of professional estate liquidators. We answer your questions below.
Is It Time?
Generally, it will be worth your while to hire the services of an estate liquidation company if and when your home or the home of your loved one has enough items in it to fill a small apartment or small home. If there are enough items available to sell, it will be easier for the estate liquidators to attract more clients, thus making it more likely for you to get the best possible yield from the estate sale.
How Does It Work?
- Usually, the first thing that the company will do is bring in their professional estate appraiser and/or antique appraiser to determine the value of the items on the property, as well as the value of the property itself.
- From there, they will also sort, clean, organize, research, price, market, and sell your items, antiques, and furnishings to the public by means of a professional estate sale.
- If at the end of the process there are still a few items left over, they will also offer to haul those off or to remove them.
So, you have made the decision to hire estate liquidators… Now the question is, how does the estate liquidation process actually work?
All in all, when you choose to hire estate liquidators, there is very little that you will need to worry about as the vast majority of the hard work is done for you!
At Jerry’s Antiques and Estate Sales, we service the entire Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania). We provide the utmost in professional estate liquidation or estate sale services, ensuring that each estate sale or liquidation produces the highest yield possible. Contact us today to learn more.