6 Estate Sales in 6 Weeks! We MAX-ed it out for our Clients!

In May thru June the EstateMAX team conducted 6 separate downsizing and/or estate sales in 30 days! How do we do it? We have our system! What do we do?

Set up includes merchandising, organization, pricing (based on our 30 years of market value experience, and doing additional market research as needed), extensive advertising including copyrighting all ads and marketing on line, producing sale videos, marketing on site with lawn signage and banners, then conducting and managing the sale of merchandise in the home on sale days and continuing the selling following sale days to “be backs” ( people who have thought it thru and come back for the item-) on furniture delivery and clean up days, then final house clean up including packing and broom sweeping, moving donations to charity and transport of consignments, if any, to Other People’s Stuff by EstateMAX, our estate liquidation warehouse. WHEW!

I pay my clients within one week of end of their sale by bank wire transfer and forward the sales statement by email and a hard copy with all sales receipts, and charity receipts by USPS.

Our clients only need to move out with the items they are keeping and leave the rest to us to sell and prepare their home for settlement or staging!

For those in the downsizing process, we also refer and coordinate with moving services on our client’s behalf as part of our MissionTransition, Transitions management services, or as a stand alone complimentary service to our clients.

We provide downsizing assistance to clients and their realtors to prepare a home for sale, and provide professional home staging which saves money on the staging process by eliminating duplication of services.

Laurie has a pro work background in interior design and furnishing (30 years)- which combined with the EstateMax resources and O.P.S. warehouse inventory gives our team unlimited resources to work with!

Call us for your no cost consultation for your once in a lifetime downsizing or family estate sale, transitions services and staging!

301-332-5585 Laurie Zook, President EstateMAX

Transition is Tough, We Make It Simple!

 

Click HERE to see if an Estate Sale is Right for You!

Answer these easy questions to see IF AN ESTATE SALE IS RIGHT FOR YOU!

 

*Do you live in the Maryland, DC, Virginia Metro area?   [a top market to hold estate sales in the Nation!]

*Do you have a single family home, or a town home of at least 1,500 square feet?

*Would you like to make a profit off of your unwanted furniture, art, decor, antiques, collections, silver, china, and small items?

*Do you need the entire premises cleaned out as a result of a sale?  [disposition of some unsold items is consignment in our retail store, by agreement.] [other stuff gets you a charity receipt] [trash is hauled out]

*Do you think you have at least $5 to 6,000 worth of sell-able stuff?   [don’t toss anything out in preparation, as we sell “As is.”]

*Can you book a weekend for a 3-day sale with at least 2 weeks advanced notice?  [we do book up, so call us soon for our availability!][ we do value research, all promo/marketing, photos in HD, and Pro-videos

*Do you want to attract the largest and best qualified group of estate sale shoppers?  [We are the best at digital promotion, and online + Social Media Marketing with a reach of over 17,000 folks]

*Do you want to work with this industries current Angie’s List Super Service Award holder?  [EstateMax holds the title!]   Click HERE to see our Angies List Award Info 2016

*Reliable performance?  [EstateMax has tons of great REVIEWS for you to see!]    Click HERE to see our REVIEWS!

THEN…… click here to have your questions answered, and to book your Estate Sale!      Click HERE for our Contact Information!

Keedysville Md Whole House Estate Sale, Furnishings, Mower, China, Tools, Crystal, etc.

In-person:

Sat, Mar 25, 2017 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sale Address

Keedysville, MD 21756
Full address will be shown on Fri, Mar 24 at 8:00AM.http://estatesales.org/sale/1114527

A whole-house estate sale full of well cared for, A-1 furnishings, decor, art, smalls, household, tools, mower, lawn and garden, porch, etc. Lots here, come and explore for treasure! Smoke and Pet Free Home Items included but not limited to: 2) Electric Recliners VG, Clean White Wicker Porch Set-6 piece White Wicker Bedroom Set-5 piece Two Twin Dark Oak Bed Frames, Matching Hutch, Dresser Oak Porch Glider Lawn Ornaments various sizes and subjects Garage, Lawn and Garden Tools, Cleaning Supplies Christmas Decor Antique Mantle Clock Mirrors Octagonal Oak Curio Large Maple Hutch Queen Anne Arm Chairs Folding Chairs Bedside Tables Living Room End Tables Living Room Seating, Sofa Platform Rocker Tea Pots, Cups/Saucers, etc Maple Repro Dough tray Crystal Stemware Lamps of Various sizes, styles Keurig single serve coffee maker Kitchen accoutrement Artificial Ficus Tree Live Plants Mid Century Chest of Drawers, Dresser, Night Stand, American Mfg. White Platform Rocker Vintage Sewing Machine Ironstone Pitcher and Bowl Fine Art, Various sizes, styles Wheel Chair, Walker, etc.  Repro Floor Radio Dolls Vintage Hall Tree with Table Vintage Cabinets, Washstand Cash or Credit Cards. Buyer Pays Processing Fee of 3% or $2 under $100. Please bring packing materials, bags and boxes for your purchases.

Things Find Their Way Back Home! This Wedding Dress Did!

Home Resources Kovels Komments News, News, News Missing 1948 Wedding Dress Found at Antiques Shop

Missing 1948 Wedding Dress Found at Antiques Shop

Feb 15, 2017

Antiques often seem to find their owners. Jane Foster, a shopper in Grand Junction, Colorado, was walking down the street when she saw her mother’s wedding picture in an antique shop window. It was a shock since the wedding had been in Arizona in 1948. After the wedding, the dress had been boxed. It was eventually placed, along with other belongings, in a storage locker until her father died. But 12 years ago, the contents of the locker was auctioned off. Later the family searched but couldn’t find any of the items. Foster’s mother had since died. When Foster ran into the store and asked to see the picture, the owner told her he not only had the picture, but also the wedding dress. It was still wrapped in the original box, along with a newspaper dated June 22, 1948, two days after the wedding. Foster asked the price of the dress. The shop owner said there was no price. “It’s made its way back to you. It’s home.” Foster agrees. “This is a message to us that she is still thinking about us,” she said, “and watching over us.” (Based on information from KKCO news in Colorado.)