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What is an Estate Sale?

An estate sale or estate liquidation is a means to dispose of a substantial portion of the materials owned by a person who is recently deceased or who must dispose of his or her personal property to facilitate a move. An estate sale may also take place because of divorce, foreclosure, or relocation.

The presence of a professional liquidator may be necessary because the scope of the process is likely to be overwhelming to the survivors. The liquidator has knowledge and experience with pricing items, and general value knowledge of all types of household goods and personal property value, and the specialist’s experience in disposing of unsold goods in an unsentimental manner after the sale.

The presence of a professional liquidator may be necessary because the scope of the process is likely to be overwhelming to the survivors. The liquidator has knowledge and experience with pricing items, and general value knowledge of all types of household goods and personal property value, and the specialist’s experience in disposing of unsold goods in an unsentimental manner after the sale.

What Is an Estate Liquidator?

An estate liquidator is someone who has received training and gained ample experience organizing, pricing and selling a multitude of items. Professional estate liquidators typically have knowledge of antiques, furniture, firearms, automobiles, jewelry and artwork, and work with consignment shops, appraisers and other vendors to accurately appraise and price each item in order to sell it for a proper price.

Elliott's Estate Sales

Estate Sales and Liquidations – Elliott's Estate Sales

Elliott’s Estate Sales is dedicated to handling everything from the sale of an estate’s personal belongings, to liquidating tens-of-thousands of feet in commercial equipment every year. To our loyal shoppers and past clients, we appreciate your business. Learn more at EstateSalesOKC.com

Posted by Elliott's Estate Sales on Sunday, June 4, 2017

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