People no longer embarrassed shopping at estate sales and luxury consignment shops. It wasn't that many years ago that people would not dare tell anyone that they purchased furniture and clothing from estate sales and luxury consignment shops. [Continue reading...]
An estate sale or estate liquidation fiduciary is someone who is hired to accept the duty of acting on behalf of the client by launching and operating their estate sale, in his or her best interest. [Continue reading...]
February 25th, 26th, and 27th 2014
The second annual conference for estate sale companies is coming to Memphis, TN. We (EstateSales.NET) will be hosting the event at The Peabody on February 25th, 26th, and 27th in 2014. It is designed to be a jam-packed event to help companies succeed in an ever-increasing competitive market.
We are doing this as a service to estate sale companies across the country. There are no profits from this conference for EstateSales.NET. Elevating this profession and helping companies succeed is what helps us most in the long run.
Please take a moment and view the various information we've put together about the conference.
The answer to that question is not complicated, but knowing exactly what you want to achieve with your estate sale will help you decide on a definitive estate sale company. If BIG cash is your main objective, the success of your estate sale is based on the quality of your personal property, which may not be worth as much as you think, and any reputable estate sale company is good enough. [Continue reading...]
What is important personal property? It is top-notch furniture, antiques, works of art, jewelry, books, motor vehicles, airplanes, boats, livestock, firearms, stamps, coins, and gold bullion. [Continue reading...]
Most of us have learned about people buying original works of fine art and antiques at estate sales for pennies, and brag about it on Antiques Roadshow. As professional estate sellers, we need to step up our game or suffer the same consequence. [Continue reading...]
More often than not, estate sellers whether professional or beginner, do not think they need an estate sale agreement or contract. Maybe they’re thinking about the days when all you needed to seal a deal was a firm handshake or an oral agreement—a man’s word is his bond. [Continue reading...]