Estate Sales Help For 2017
EstateSalesNews.com for 2017 has offered estate sales help for almost four years now.
We have covered almost any topic you could think of.
As we enter the winter season for much of the country let’s do a general review.
Sellers – How to choose a estate liquidator, do your own due diligence, what to expect and what not to expect, estate sale contracts. Over 100 topics to think about and consider as a seller.
Buyers- Buyers etiquette, where to find estate sales, how to enter an estate sale. Having an estate sale kit and what to bring to an estate sale, and how to negotiate to with estate liquidators in an unoffensive and successful way.
Estate sale companies – What to include in an estate sale contract, how to work with sellers that don’t understand the liquidation process. Where to advertise your estate sales. Using social media to be found and get your message out. Working and networking with other liquidators and appraisers. Where to list your estate sales. Working with a website.
We have also covered estate sales of the rich and famous.
All this information is in our archives along with videos and is free to assist you.
Our goal is and has been to educate and inform you without cost and provide answers and solutions. Liquidating personal property is a stressful experience whether you are downsizing or selling off a loved ones belongings.
Estate sale companies wear many hats and the experienced companies that have great reputations understand what is required for success for all parties.
We hope that as the number one internet source for estate sale information we provide you with the estate sale help you need. We no longer liquidate estates, but we use our twenty plus years of experience to hopefully guide you in the liquidation process.
We welcome your thoughts, comments and suggestions. Please email us at email@example.com. We will respond as soon as possible.
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