Liquidating your estate? Remember everything in your home has value. Hire estate liquidators who will appreciate that and focus on getting you the best deal.
Organize, organize, organize
The process of liquidating an estate and winding things down can be overwhelming for most people. There are thousands of items, big and small, accumulated over the years. But the key is organization. Find estate liquidators like Jerry’s Antiques and Estates, who are the foremost in estate liquidation in the Tri-State area, have years of experience in every stage of the process including transition, appraisals, pricing, sales, while giving you the comfort to focus on your journey forward.
Jerry’s Antiques and Estates also specialize in the private sale of selected items, which means even your littlest antiques and curios may have a place on their antique appraisers list.
How does liquidation of an estate work?
As mentioned, organization is the crux of a successful estate liquidation. Usually, the format of this process will include: perusal of relevant documents, appraisal of the estate, advertising of sale (of estate and individual items), compiling the Liquidation and Distribution Account, closure etc.
A liquidation of an estate can be for several reasons i.e., death, divorce, or financial troubles. In such instances, handing over the liquidation process to seasoned estate appraisers, who have a large established network, can make your life much easier.
At Jerry’s Antiques and Estates, every customer is considered a friend so you can be rest assured you receive a unique experience that goes above and beyond.
So, looking for the right fit when it comes to estate liquidators? We are here to help. For more information, contact Jerry’s Antiques and Estates today.