Estate Sales contracts

We have published a page on what to look for in an estate sale contract and we have heard from readers that this has been helpful when interviewing estate sale companies.

The estate sale contract is so important. It is what determines everything from the date of the sale, time, location, costs, and how you receive your net proceeds.

It also addresses the obligation of the estate liquidator and your obligation as the seller, granting access to the premises, not removing items once the sale process is underway unless there is a clear written understanding.

It should also include who is paying for advertising, credit card fees (if used) and what the estate sale company will or will not do at the end of the sale.

To review what to look for and expect for everyone’s protection click here.