The decision to liquidate one’s personal property or estate can be necessitated by several circumstances such as receiving an inheritance, retirement, relocation, divorce, or death. I offer counsel in making the difficult decisions relating to estate disposition, e.g. what to keep, what to throw away or donate, what to sell, what’s valuable and what is not.
I will act as your agent to coordinate the “cleaning” of estates and liquidating property. This is a particularly helpful in the case of an estate where the heir or personal representative will not or is not capable of performing the liquidation. In this case, I do not buy. I will only act as agent to assist in the liquidation.
The liquidation of property can be accomplished in several ways. Most frequently employed are on-site estate sales. Other options include on-site or gallery auctions. In this case, choices must be made whether a local, regional, or international auction house would be the best and most lucrative option.
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In some cases items having special collector appeal, which would not do as well at a regular local auction, can be sold through a specialty auction or brokered directly to specialized dealers and/or collectors across the country. If required, our liquidation services include the complete liquidation of estates including the removal of refuse.