I would suggest contacting arborists to see if they have sale contacts. The problem with selling it for wood (or giving it away) is getting it down without damaging your house, which (assuming it is near the house as you talk of it causing damage) calls for professional licensed, insured tree removal experts.
Commercial hardwood lumber mills would be interested, as might local hardwood dealers. However, for one tree, they would have to be pretty close to you for it to be worth it to them to have an arborist take it down in the correct lengths and without damage. Silver King Maples grow very fast so their wood is less hard and ense, making them less valuable.
I would try contacting any local hardwood lumber mills, and google for local recycled wood dealers who might know of a lumber mill that might be interested.
However, I am afraid you will have a hard time convincing them to pay for a professional tree removal expert to take it down for a low-grade maple. For a full size very mature cherry, ash or walnut yes, maple probably not. I am afraid having it taken down and turned into firewood is your best bet. If you do not use your fireplace a lot, maybe the tree removal company will cut a deal on the green firewood value against their bill.