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Estate Liquidation

What is Estate Liquidation?

Estate liquidation is necessary in a variety of cases. Most of these cases involve the need to get rid of possessions to downsize. Common scenarios of an estate liquidation include:

  • Downsizing. Some people hire estate liquidators when they are looking to scale down their possessions. Often downsizing occurs when children move out and when senior citizens move into assisted living and are looking to sell their accumulated assortment of objects.
  • Divorce. When people divorce once shared possessions may not be necessary as both parties look to downsize.
  • Debt. An estate liquidation may be necessary when a person has accumulated a large amount of debt and can’t find another means to pay it off.
  • Death. When a person dies their estate may need to be liquidated. The executer of the will, or a relative of the deceased, may look to hire an estate liquidator to handle this. We have over a decade of experience assisting families during this difficult time to make the process as smooth as possible.

Why Should You Hire Us to Liquidate Your Estate?

We offer different approaches when it comes to estate liquidation. Our liquidators are experts and can tailor specialty packages to best suit your requirements. We accept single and multi-item consignments for larger collections. Our estate sales/ auctions are held online reaching a larger GLOBAL audience resulting in higher proceeds for our consignors. Our estate sales and items are expertly marketed through multiple online platforms and social media channels to provide you with the best profit possible.

We understand that some estate liquidations are personal and may be hard to go through with. Our experts will be with you every step of the way from pre-sale to post-sale.

If you need an estate liquidation, no matter what kind (insert hyperlink to contact us. A no obligation consultation is completely free, and we are able to meet you in your home or office, or at our facility in Exeter Township, Berks county.