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Question DetailsAsked on 11/1/2016

I have some very nice stuff in storage (charlotte NC) that I want to there a service that does this?

Contemporary living room sofa, cocktail table, end tables, accessories, pictures, mattress, frame and bedroom (full size)....excellent condition.

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Estate liquidation/sale companies (not an Angies List Search the List category), Auction companies would be the two most common. Also antique and used furniture stores will come and look at things you have and make an offer to buy and haull away.

Probably simplest since sounds like mostly furniture would be used furniture stores, though your reutrn on $ is probably about lowest with them too. Some auction companies would come and get it and haul it to their auction barn to sell at their normal auctions - but some do not like to handle much furniture at their auctions (as opposed to in-home auctions) because of space limitations.

And of course garage sale and listing on Craigslist or similar local-based for-sale sites - but those involve a lot more of your time and risks of bad checks, and Craigslist also has the risk of bringing unknown people to your door - especially if you are listing expensive antiques or jewelry or guns or such which might attract the bad guys.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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