Are you considering an estate sale? The process is overwhelming. Strangers in your house, or that of a loved one, for week's digging through your belongings - then hundreds of other people coming through on the sale days. How do you know their company is trustworthy? Do they hold insurance? Do they even have a business license? Are they paying taxes? Are their "employees" compensated (payroll taxes, social security, work comp insurance, etc.) or is it just "cash under the table"? Maybe these things don't matter to you as long as you get paid. Fair enough. BUT - how can you totally TRUST an estate sale company (or another auction house for that matter) if they are working around required business practices? Something to think about for sure, and most people entrusted with an estate liquidation simply do not . . .
At Andrew Turner Auctions we are fully licensed, insured, and all of our employees are on taxable payroll. Our process is quick and efficient. The first step is an initial consultation. If we agree to move forward, we schedule a day very soon after (usually a Monday or a Friday) to remove items from the property. We usually sell the items in the following Thursday evening auction (we host them every week) and send you a check. Done. We will work hard to get you the best price and be honest with you at all times.
We sell a wide range of material including, but not limited to, furniture, antiques, collectibles, artwork, jewelry, gold, vintage, militaria, gas station memorabilia, old toys, sports memorabilia and more. When going through your estate - DO NOT THROW ANYTHING AWAY until we've had a consultation. So many times we've seen thousands of dollars thrown into dumpsters, please let us take a look first. Visit www.atakc.com for more information (check out our faq section) and get on our email list today. Also, please feel free to call 816.960.4664 with any questions. If no answer, leave a message and we will get back with you right away.
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