Have you come to a point in your life when it's time to consider decluttering, downsizing or getting rid of inherited estate possessions? One wonderfully helpful tool can be that of an estate sale. That is, however, a lot of work. You may not want to go through all of the sorting, price tagging, set up, break down, staying home to mind “the store," and finally – because you never sell everything – figuring out a way to get rid of what's left. You could've just gotten rid of it all in one fell swoop. How? By finding a service that deals in appraisals and estate liquidation.
We’re going to look at both schools of thought here.
Here are the basic steps involved in putting together and having an estate sale:
Let's say you inherited real estate and possessions from a relative. How do you go about liquidating that? First, you will want to liquidate the personal property. Chances are, you will first need to liquidate the possessions before a real estate broker can list the home. Here's how to liquidate the personal property:
The following is whom to turn to when you need estate appraisal and/or liquidation services.
For all our clients, we consistently provide the most favorable monetary solutions. The downsizing and estate buying or liquidation services offered by Wm. Roland Appraisers & Estate provide prices that are fair and competitive. Contact us today if you’d like to find out more by phoning 212-425-0221.
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