Category Archives: Where to Find Estate Sales Companies
As we end the third week of August we offer links for you to use to find estate sales and right here on Estate Sales News information pertaining to estate sale contracts, staging, interviews, clean outs, what to expect and more.
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Today estate sale companies post hundreds to thousands of photos of the items that will be for sale at their liquidation events. Do you look through every photo? Do you read through the descriptions? Some of them offer a list of items and others give you the story of the estate as well as the items that are in the sales.
Do you subscribe to an estate sale listing websites to see what sales are taking place in your area? Many estate sale shoppers go from one listing site to another to see what may be posted as not all estate companies use every listing site available.
There are estate liquidators that have chosen to put up videos of their estate sales along with photos enabling you to take a virtual tour of the sale ahead of time. Do you take advantage of these video tours?
Each estate sale attendee shops differently and with that in mind estate sale companies have changed the way they market their sales. So have the estate sale listing websites. They now offer the liquidation companies that list their sales on them the ease of posting them to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and other social media outlets.
With so many outstanding sales this week with from the estate of a Hollywood producer to beautiful antiques and other great items we will look at the many ways to advertise and attract the attention of buyers and even perspective future sellers.
In Davis, CA starting today, conducted by Jennie Krausse Estate Liquidation, the estate of Lani Ball, a theatrical stage manager on Broadway, for touring companies and international. The sale includes textiles, artwork, furnishing, jewelry and everything she owned. Jennie called her an endless romantic. The sale is packed. Here is a link to her sale and site.
Platinum Estate Sales LLC will be conducting a walk back in time sale starting August 1st in Crystal Lake, IL with toys, vintage, retro, tools, diggers, pickers, and a 1999 Cadillac and more. Click here for a link to this sale that has unique, retro items, and a pickers delight.
These are only two of 1000’s of estate sales across the country. The estate liquidators have been working hard from days to weeks preparing these liquidations. To view sales in your area click on one of the links below in your area.
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There are a variety of collections for sale at estate sales both public and online.
All About Estate Sales is selling off a large collection of copper and brass. Click here for a link to their company.
In Kirkwood MO this weekend, Paint and Patina Services LLC has a sale with many collections one of which is china shoes. Click here for a link.
In Bradenton, FL starting today Palma Sola Appraisals and Services is conducting a sale including a large collection of Llardos. Click here for a link to the sale.
There are so many sales going on this July. It may be record breaking. Understanding about a garage and/or yard sale and estate sale is paramount if you are planning on buying at anyone of the three.
Garage sales and yard sales are typically run by the owners of the items they want to sell. The majority of people are simply looking to rid themselves of unwanted or older items that may or may not be wanted or working. Most owners price to sell in one day and will be willing to negotiate immediately. There are specific sites that list garage/yard sales. The owners are not usually knowledgeable about prices and items so you may find an occasional treasure. Their concern is to clear the stuff out.
An estate sale, however, is quite different. The conductors are almost always professional estate liquidators with knowledge, experience, and the ability to market, stage, research (if necessary), and price the items. They are usually conducted for two to four days although more estate sale companies are selling for at least three days. The majority provide signs to let you know the terms and rules of the sale. It is a mistake to walk into a professionally run estate sale and expect a discount on day one. The estate sale company is working for a seller who chose them and they have a fiduciary relationship with the sellers. They have priced the items based on current market trends and conditions.
When attending an estate sale look for signs that explain their policies. Listen carefully to announcements before the door opens for the first time if you are waiting in line. If you have a question about an estate sale email or call the company if they indicate on their website or the website with the estate sale listed on it if they will communicate with you.
Yard sales and garage sales are run by amateurs and are clean outs. An estate sale is very different and knowing the difference can affect your success.
There are many news worthy estate sales this week. We begin with the estate sale of Wallace Albertson, conducted by Again LA Estate Sales starting Thursday, July 16 – July 19 in West Hollywood, CA. She was the widow of actor Jack Albertson who was a star of Vaudeville, Burlesque, Broadway, Television and Film. Jack Albertson was older than his wife and passed away in 1981. His wife Wallace was an activist for several causes including Womens Strike for Peace, the LGBT community, a trustee of the Vincent Price Art Museum, was a producer in her own right, and involved in many other groups and activities. For more information on this fabulous estate sale and this remarkable woman click here .
Also starting this Thursday, July 16th – July 18th in Ft. Worth, TX conducted by J & S Estate Sales of North Texas is a “jaw dropping sale” filled with antiques, rustics, primitives and more. To view more about this sale click here.
These are just two examples of the estate sales across the country. To Find others click on the links below.
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Today we look back at vintage and antique post cards. They became popular in the early 1900 hundreds and were black and white photos or hand colored. They showcased towns, buildings, sports, advertising and more. Click here for a link to Collectors Weekly for a great overview of these highly collectible “time capsules”. You can find post cards like these at many estate sales and even auctions.
Many estate liquidators are taking a summer break next week and over the fourth of July to re-energize. The 2015 Estate Sale Conference will be taking place in Chicago starting next Tuesday, June 30th. 300 are expected at the conference which will take place over three days. This conference is sponsored by EstateSales.Net to assist companies in an ever-increasing competitive market.
Taking a sample survey of what’s selling the most mentioned and sought after items are Mid-Century Modern furnishings.
More companies have been launched to assist those interested in becoming estate liquidators offering online instruction, ebooks, membership, and their own code of ethics.
If you are looking for an estate sale or an estate sale company please click on the links provided below. They will take you to estate sale listing websites where you can search for sales or find an estate liquidation company.
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Today on ThrowBack Thursday we would like to showcase a great sale that is featured in the Chicago Tribune that starts today in Highland Park, IL, conducted by re: Home Estate Sales owned by Samantha Stolberg.
The society is selling off the contents of the house so that the home can be sold. Proceeds will benefit the society.