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We asked a network of 486 estate sale companies “what’s hot this winter at estate sales. Please let us know your area”. EstateSaleNews.com received a great response.
The answers show a real diversity of estate sales and estate sale buyers from coast to coast.
In the Buffalo, New York area Pyrex, any kind of small furniture (end tables etc.) vintage Christmas ornaments and “snow blowers”.
In Tallahassee, Florida Roseville pottery, primitives, high end glassware, and ephemera.
In Essex Junction Vermont, Danish Modern furniture.
In Raleigh, North Carolina, Pyrex, most anything vintage including jewelry, linens and funky rugs etc.
Toledo, Ohio is selling Pyrex, vintage toys and some antique accent pieces.
Northwest Arkansas is selling vintage pocket knives, name brand furniture, smalls from Japan, Germany and Italy. Vintage and mid-century items and high end items to name some.
North Carolina, mid-century items and furniture, primitives and crates with advertisements.
Meridian, Mississippi, Pyrex, Tupperware, anything industrial and ephemera.
Eastern Washington state, guns, coins, militaria, mid-century modern, wooden fishing lures, and primitives.
South of Houston, Texas, Pyrex and Fire King, primitives, most do over pinterestable furniture, good butcher block work tables.
St. Louis, Missouri, good brand electronics, painted furniture, early Chinese pottery,
Virginia, jewelry, mid-century, guns, military.
Houston, Texas vintage electronics, mid-century modern, tools, garden decor, vintage rattan, primitives, farmhouse chic.
These are just the responses received in the last ten hours. We wish to thank all the estate liquidators that took time to respond and we will update again in the Spring.
We did not hear from anyone in the northeast and southeast or California, but this is the start of another estate sale weekend.
One item that does stand out is Pyrex. What was once old and put in rummage sales is now prized and collected.
Estate sales offer renewal, an opportunity to bring the past into the present and present us with happy memories.
Shopping at estate sales saves $$$, recycles keeping our planet green and keeps our past in the present.
Check out these estate sale listing websites for estate sales near you.
2017 has arrived and with it more estate sales.
The weather is the concern for most estate liquidators in winter. The southern states rarely have concerns, but states like Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota and winter weather states plan accordingly.
These plans usually include alternate dates, who’s in charge of plowing the driveway and salting the sidewalks and parking restrictions.
Northern estate sale companies have a lot to consider when scheduling winter estate sales.
Our southern states and southwest estate liquidators are more fortunate.
Wherever you live please check with the estate sale listing websites to learn what contingency plans are available.
This year will see changes and additions to the estate liquidation business.
Many estate sale companies took time off over the holidays to rest their staff and themselves.
EstateSalesNews.com will be reporting on what’s new, important, affects buyers, sellers and estate sale companies.
From EstateSalesNews.com we welcome you all to the new estate sale season. Hello 2017.
Recently as I have traveled, so many people have chatted about how the holidays stressed them out shopping in a retail store with lines, coupons, and all the craziness that goes with it.
Every opportunity I have had I suggest shopping at an estate sale. Explaining that you not only save dollars. You avoid coupons, check out lines with often grumpy check out clerks exhausted by long hours and low pay.
Estate sale staff choose to work long and hard, enjoy serving customers and they want you to leave happy so you’ll keep shopping at their estate sales.
Estate sale companies are charged with selling the items in their locations. They can’t afford keeping stock. Their business is to sell and over a period of days sell off as much as possible. Some choose by discounting and others by looking at offers. Keep in mind this is not usually the practice on the first day, but on the days that follow.
From holiday decorations for Hannukah or Christmas to unique and special gifts estate sales have so much to offer buyers.
If you have put off your Christmas shopping check out the links below to find estate sales selling everything from A-Z. You’ll come out smiling.
Estate sales are Black Friday opportunities every weekend.
Yesterday on the news they were talking about Black Friday shopping. The Friday after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year for most retailers. Many stores and online retailers are already offering significant discounts. This may reduce the number of people shopping retail on Black Friday.
People wait for Black Friday and Cyber Monday to buy for themselves and Christmas.
Another weekend of estate sales starts today. Opportunities for buyers are at estate sales every weekend.
Why pay retail when you can pay estate sale prices which are significantly below retail prices?
Now is the time to shop for your Thanksgiving needs and Christmas gifts. From flat screen TVs to brand new clothes with the price tags still on.
Great sales can be found in most every state.
Check out these estate sale advertising websites.
Find the estate sales to buy from at the advertising website links above.
EstateSalesNews.com is your resource for accurate estate sale information and news from a former estate liquidator.
It’s estate sales Friday. There are many estate sales across the country.
East coast to west coast, north to south estate sales are happening by the thousands.
High end estate sales, hoarder sales, estate sales with collections, privately listed estate sales.
If you are looking for an estate sale company this is a great weekend to go out and visit estate sales in your area.
Check out the way they handle entering the sale. How does the estate sale appear. Is it staged well? Are signs posted about all sales final, no returns, forms of payments accepted, security and more?
Look at the way items are priced and tagged. Did they use tags, adhesive tape, stickers and what type of items were they placed on. Ephemera especially should be carefully tagged (best in a plastic bag) and then a sticker on the bag so no damage to the item.
It is also time to think about what you might need for Thanksgiving and/or Christmas. Now is a great time to start shopping for dishes, glassware, flatware, decorations etc.
A reminder – PLEASE read the terms, conditions, and descriptions of each estate sale on the various advertising websites. Being empowered with knowledge before attending an estate sale is very important for many reasons.
Bring you estate sale kit with you, including flashlight, bags and boxes, wrapping, water and a loop or magnifying glass..
Be sure to check out each one of these estate sale advertising websites. Many estate liquidators only use one advertising website. Don’t forget to check out Facebook, Twitter and Instagram too.
Happy shopping and here is where you can find estate sales this weekend.
Before you go to any estate sales be sure to read the ads on the internet.
Advertising listing websites such as EstateSale.com provide information about the terms, conditions, entrance system, and contents of the sale as provided by the estate sale company.
The estate sale company also includes photos of the sale, but just looking at photos isn’t sufficient.
Understanding what is being sold or not is key to your success at the sale.
Being aware and knowledgeable about the terms and conditions of the estate sale is very important.
The ad should contain information about the sale, parking, forms of payment accepted. If you are buying furniture do you need to bring your own assistance. It should also include if they will be discounting on the first day or if they have any discount policy.
Going to any estate sale that you have seen on the internet without reading the ad and the terms and conditions can become a problem for both the estate sale company and buyers.
Most estate liquidators are extremely busy during the estate sale. Having to explain details that were available on advertising sites takes up valuable time and can be irritating. Estate sale companies are trying to sell, prevent theft, and assist buyers that may have questions pertaining to age or working condition.
So know before you go to the estate sale is good estate sale etiquette and can be a valuable benefit.
If you are searching for estate sales be sure to check out all the websites.
Many estate sale companies list on one or two estate sale advertising listing websites, but not on all three.
You may find an estate sale company that only uses one advertising site.
To avoid missing an estate sale in your area, subscribe to all three. EstateSale.com, EstateSales.org and EstateSales.net offer you free subscriptions.
You may also want also to check on Facebook and Instagram. Many estate sale companies are using these social media websites to increase their public exposure. You will need to join them, but they are free too.
Another estate sale weekend starts today and now is the time to look for estate sales near you.
Here is a quick peak at an estate sale in West Bloomfield, MI. An Indian clothing boutique liquidation. To view more on this sale starting October 1st click here. The sale is being conducted by Jen Jounie.
Another week of 1000’s of estate sales. Here are some of the cool things at estate sales this week. Across the country something for everyone. Street rod, German clock, Rookwood.
To view estate sales this week visit the following estate sale advertising websites.
Vintage items this week at estate sales are plentiful. Estate sales begin across the United States today. Friday is another start day for estate sales.
Featured below are some of the vintage items that will be for sale this week at estate sales.
What’s selling at estate sales this week? To find estate sales in your area check out these estate sale advertising websites.
Over 200 coffee grinders at Seattle, Washington. An estate sale conducted by Accettolas Estate Sales starting Saturday August 6th with over 200 coffee grinders.
Coffee grinders come in many shapes and sizes. Antique coffee grinders found in early markets were usually made of cast iron and colorfully painted. Coffee is popular today. Many people like to grind their own on the weekends.
This hoarder estate sale has more than just coffee grinders. It has amazing Pyrex pieces, some great glass ware, and hundreds of beenie babys. Click here for a link to this amazing estate sale in Seattle, WA.