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Question DetailsAsked on 10/18/2016

I need someone who will buy my Mother's household items and haul it away in Newton, KS

The items include two bedrooms sets, hide-a-bed, a small table, utility carts (3), dishes, tableware, pots, pans, baking pans and utensils, serving dishes, knik knaks.

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Answered 2 years ago by Member Services

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Not an Angies List category - but Estate Liquidators do this. Also Auction companies - in-home auction if full house worth of stuff, otherwise they take to their place of business and auction it off at their next scheduled auction.


Other possibilities but means getting several in to bid on it - Used Goods stores, Used FUrniture stores (though only for the furniture). Antique stores if quite old or nice stuff.


Also - holding an advertised (Craiglist or local equivalent) garage/Estate sale, though no real competitive bidding there so you have to have a feel for what they are worth - but you also pay no 15-40% commission on it either like with an auction house. And probably requires a bit more of your personal time - an issue if out-of-town.


If out of town for you - sometimes having the estate attorney (if local) arrange the sale with local auctioneer is the simplest - plus that gives a distinct valulation on the items for Estate tax return and Estate Probate filings.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD




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