How to Find an Estate Sale Company? Things to know before selecting the one Best For You.

Have you inherited an estate full of items that you don’t want to keep? If that’s the case, you might be looking for an estate sale company to help you sell these items. But you don’t simply want to pick a company name at random—it’s important that you work with a good estate sales team that will help you get the most out of the estate you’ve inherited. Here are a few tips that will help you with this decision.

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Understand the Process

Before you start looking at estate sale liquidators, it’s important to understand how the process works. The more you know about an estate sale, the better you’ll be able to evaluate each company. It’s also important to know about the fees that estate liquidation services charge. Generally, these services ask for a percentage of the overall sale. Just because one company charges a lower percentage doesn’t mean they’re the best. They may not have the experience that another team has.

Look for Experts

If the estate you’ve inherited includes a collection (i.e., watches, movie memorabilia, jewelry, etc.), you need an estate liquidation team that understands the value of these items. You want to make certain that this collection is valued correctly and that the sale is marketed to the right people.

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Interview Several Options

You want to consider at least three different estate sale companies. Gather information from all of them so you can compare rates, experience, and process. Then speak to these representatives of your final choices. Let them look at the estate and gauge their interest.

See the Company in Action

One good want to see if the estate sale company will be a good fit is to visit one of their sales. Act like a secret shopper and watch how they treat customers. Don’t let them know who you are or that you’re considering using their company for your own sale.

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