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  • Learn More About Keywords:

    There are a few simple things you can do to improve your chances of finding exactly what you are looking for using the search feature on EstateSales.NET. If none of these criteria are used, each word you enter must be in the sale description for the sale to appear in the search results.
  • OR

    The word “or” can be used when you are looking for more than one item. For example, if you are interested in finding an estate sale that has a green or blue couch listed, you can type in the following:
    “green couch” or “blue couch”.
    The quotes are needed so the Treasure Tracker knows exactly which words you are looking for. The search will return all sales that have a blue couch or green couch listed.
  • AND

    The word “and” can be used when you are looking for a specific item. If you are looking for Jordan Basketball merchandise you could search for:
    Basketball and Jordan
    That search will return any sale that has a listing with the word basketball and Jordan in it--no matter the distance between the words in the listing.
  • NOT

    The word “not” can be used to make a search more specific. For example, if you are looking for an estate sale that has Micky Mantle merchandise available, you could make the search more specific by searching for the following:
    Micky Mantle not Mouse
    This search will return all sales that have the words “Micky” and “Mantle” in them but do not include the word “Mouse”

    Quotation marks can be used to tell the Treasure Tracker the exact item you are searching for. If you are looking for a Babe Ruth baseball card you could put that phrase in quotation marks and search for the following:
    “Babe Ruth baseball card”
    That search would return only sales that have the phrase Babe Ruth baseball card listed.