Pacific Coast Liquidators is a family-owned business conducting residential estate sales which may be necessitated by life events such as death of a loved one, moving, downsizing, foreclosure, divorce, or business liquidation. We handle your sale with professionalism, integrity and empathy for your situation, and remove the stress from you while we do all the work. There are no upfront costs to you. We pay for all advertising, staffing costs, setup and organization, professional research, and signage. We strive to bring the highest return for your personal property. We also assist you after the sale to empty the house and get it ready for sale if necessary.
Professional staff handles your sale from beginning to end. We plan, inventory, organize, advertise and run your sale. As part of our focus and commitment to complete estate liquidation, our team can make arrangements to donate remaining items to a charitable organization of your choice. We can also handle all cleanup post estate sale. The premises are left in “broom clean” condition.
• There are NO upfront fees.
• Our commission is taken from the gross proceeds of your sale.
• You will receive your sale proceeds with a written report within seven days.
• Pacific Coast Liquidators - Estate Sales is licensed and insured.
• We treat our clients, their neighbors and our sale customers with respect.
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We will Liquidate all Personal Items, Valuables & Furnishings; Real Estate and sometimes Vehicles.
As a Licensed Real Estate Broker we have Optional services available if you need help preparing the home for sale or other types of properties including rentals, commercial, office, land and industrial buildings.
Pacific Coast Estate Sales/Secrest and Associates is a full service company handling your estate liquidation from start to finish. A death is not the only reason for an estate sale. Downsizing, moving, retirement, or the selling of a home can all necessitate the need for a sale.