In most circumstances, our fees are equal to or lower than any firm in the liquidation business
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Q: How much do you charge for a sale?
A: Usually 35% of the gross sale price of all the items. On large ticket items over $5,000, the fee is 15%. Personnel costs and expenses for supplies come out of our 35%. We do charge up to 45%, (very rarely), for certain sales with special circumstances...
Q: Do you charge a minimum fee?
Q: Can you have a sale if you're still living in the house and do not plan to move?
A: Yes, if you just want to downsize and are not planning to move, we can still conduct an estate sale.
Q: How do you get the prices for the items?
A: Based on the condition of the item, we consult several websites for new and used prices on similar items, (furniture, electronics, appliances, tools, etc), and apply past experience to price items fairly and equitably trying to strike a balance between the value of an item and what customers would be willing to pay in the current market.