Hire Estate Appraisers New Jersey and Discover Treasure between the Trash

Estate Appraisal / February 4, 2019

Most people are under the impression that the value of an antique depends entirely on how old it is – but this is not necessarily the case! If you are in the process of down-scaling or liquidating an estate, it is definitely in your best interest to hire an estate appraiser to help you to […]

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Who Needs Estate Appraisers?


Estate appraisers specialize in determining the value of antiques, collectibles, special possessions and artwork. The question is, who requires these services and what exactly do these services entail? We investigate below. Who Will Need Estate Appraiser Services? Estate appraisers generally assist those who are: Downsizing and planning to move to a smaller residence Preparing or […]

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Fair Market Value – What Does this Term Mean in Estate Appraisal?

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Estate Appraisal / December 2, 2019

If you’re in the market to buy or sell property, you’ll need to understand what the fair market value of a property is. And although estate appraisal is a complex field of knowledge, our estate appraisers at Jerry’s Antiques and Estate Sales can simplify the process. Here’s what you need to know about fair market […]

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When it Comes to Estate Liquidation, You Get What You Pay For:

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Estate Liquidation / November 12, 2019

Everyone who undertakes an estate liquidation is driven to get the most value out of it. While you should want to pocket as much from the estate sale as you can, you shouldn’t necessarily look to do so by engaging the cheapest estate liquidator. There is a lot that goes into preparing an estate for […]

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Don’t Throw Anything Away Before You Call In Your Estate Appraiser

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Estate Liquidation / October 11, 2019

If your deceased relative was a hoarder, sorting all the stuff they picked up throughout their lifetime in preparation for the estate’s liquidation may be a daunting task. In classic hoarding cases, preparing the property for valuation is indeed a lot of work. Still, don’t throw anything away before calling your estate appraiser to come […]

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Don’t Throw These Items Away When Downsizing

Estate Appraisal / August 5, 2019

Downsizing is often met with mixed emotions. On the one hand, you have the opportunity to get rid of everything that has been weighing you down and cluttering your property. On the other hand, it can be quite sad and difficult to get rid of items with memories. Before you spring-clean your entire home and […]

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What’s the Difference between an Estate Sale and a Garage Sale?

Estate Sales / July 2, 2019

For the avid bargain hunter, sales are all the same. Whether it’s a yard sale, estate sale, tag sale or garage sale – it’s a place where you can find great second-hand goods, often at very reasonable prices. There are, however, a few key differences between garage sales and estate sales: A Garage Sale A […]

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3 Tips for a Successful Estate Sale

Blog,Estate Sales / June 5, 2019

An estate sale is a massive undertaking. If a loved one has passed away and you need to handle their estate, we recommend having an estate sale instead of a yard sale (or trying to sell everything on eBay and Etsy). Here are three tips for a successful estate sale: Book a Consultation with an […]

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Estate Liquidation – A Guide To Common Rules And Guidelines

Estate Appraisal / May 15, 2019

When it comes to estate liquidation, each estate appraisal company has their own rules that they follow. There are, however, a few common guidelines that reputable companies stick to: Estate Sale Commissions The commission that an estate appraiser can charge is not regulated. This is something that sellers need to check in their estate sale […]

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Do I Need An Estate Appraiser For A Commercial Liquidation?

Blog,Estate Appraisal / April 1, 2019

An estate sale for a commercial liquidation is very much the same as a private or residential liquidation, except for the fact that everything within a building – instead of a private home – will be sold. Similar to a private liquidation, certain items may be kept aside for whatever reason. An estate appraiser can […]

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