If you need to hire an estate liquidator and/or an estate appraiser, it is important to know exactly what services they will be able to provide you with. Below, we give an outline of how estate liquidators, like those at Jerry’s Antiques and Estate Sales, can help you in 2019.
When you hire estate liquidators, they will be responsible for appraising, pricing, and selling off the entire contents of your estate. Generally, the estate liquidator will be there for you pre-sale, during the sale, as well as post-sale to handle a few other duties. The good news is that you won’t have to pay the estate liquidator upfront. Instead, most estate liquidators will take a commission in the form of a set percentage of the profits made in the estate liquidation sale.
Who Should Hire Estate Liquidators?
Estate liquidators can help those who are looking to downsize their homes, those who are looking for extra money to settle their debt, as well as helping both parties after a divorce to sell their joint assets and split the money. They can also help to liquidate the estate of a relative of yours who has passed away.
The Estate Sale
While there is a lot of work that is involved in both the pre- and the post-sale, the estate sale is the main duty of the estate liquidation experts. Not only will they be there to encourage potential buyers to make a purchase, but they will also need to keep records of what is sold and at what price. He or she will be responsible for ‘running the show’ from start to finish. Here at Jerry’s Antiques and Estate Sales, we make it simple to hire estate liquidators and professional estate and antique appraisers. Contact us for more details today.