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Question DetailsAsked on 5/12/2014

who can I get to empty household items from death of house owner

getting ride of everything - furniture, small items, attic, basement item. EVERYTHING GOES.

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Once inventoried for Estate valuation, and checked by an Estate Appraiser for appraisal for the 706, then after pulling any high value items for individual sale or high-value auction like Christies or Sothebys, your best bet is probably a certified auctioneer to do an on-site auction, if there is adequate on-site space - otherwise an off-site auction where they haul everything off to auction barn to be auctioned off.


Most auctioneers can also organize and run a tag type garage sale, if that is what you prefer.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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