Saint Louis, MO 63104
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Mansion Sales and NSOSales

Two estate sale teams have blended together to create a full spectrum of support for those who need to sell the contents of homes.  An estate sale is the perfect way to quickly downsize due to a move, family death, or a transition to assisted living, to sell collected treasures, furniture, or household items.
Mansion Sales (email - - phone 314 413-2858)) and NSOSales (email - phone 314-629-2489) have nearly 40 years of service experience and have joined forces to offer a complete package of services ranging from estate sales, appraisals for insurance or estates, clean-outs, and donations of items to local nonprofit charities.

How a sale works: 1) Visual appraisal:


The initial walk-through is an appraisal with the owner or representative to quickly establish an estimated value of the overall sale.
2) Signing of the contract:
This establishes a bond between two or more parties that the sale will occur. It sets the dates of sale, the percentage for the seller and agent and details any exceptions to the sale. The contract sets the date the house is available to set up the sale, details concerning the conclusion of the sale, plus signatures and phone numbers.

3) Merchandising:Once the contract is signed, our team begins working to assign a value to the items for sale. We bring in tables to merchandise the items.   Our experience has given us the expertise to set prices that are good for the seller but still entice the buyers. 4) The sale:Sales are a combination of private sales, pre-sales and/or public sales.  Most sales are held over a weekend. The public sale involves two days in the home to view and buy items. 5) References:We can provide references from some recent sales upon request.



 If you are ready for a sale or are thinking about one in the future, we hope you will consider NSO and Mansion Sales. Perrin Stifel or Rich Brooks would be happy to meet with you to introduce our services.


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