FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who Needs An Estate Sale?
Anyone downsizing, relocating, moving out-of-state, or liquidating a loved ones household. Antiques and collectibles are not necessary .
Everyday household items make for a great sale.
Don't throw anything away! You'd be surprised at what will sell.
How Can Baron Estate Sales Help?
We offer experience in liquidating the contents of estates including antiques and collectibles, contemporary and used furniture, clothing, artwork, jewelry, tools, appliances, garden equipment and more.
What To Expect From Us:
We provide all of the resources needed to sort, organize, display, research, price, advertise and sell the contents of the estate. We work with you to provide an enjoyable, secure and profitable sale. Typically we start working in the home 7-10 days prior to the actual sale event, depending on the amount of work that needs to be done. We bring in tables, displays and any additional items needed for set up. We provide exceptional attention to detail. We offer experience and creative solutions for all of our clients.
How Far In Advance Should I Book An Estate Sale?
We recommend at least 2-6 weeks advance notice, but, we have been known to put together a sale in 2 days.
What Kind Of Items Do We Sell?
Furniture, books, artwork, clothing, tools, appliances, jewelry, antiques, collectibles, garden equipment and almost any household item. Antiques and Collectibles are evaluated and priced accordingly. Do not throw anything away prior to our evaluation - remember, "One man's junk is another man's treasure".
Do You Sell Everything?
Based on our past performance, we consistently sell around 85% of the household contents. After the sale, we can donate all items to charity. We will provide you with a tax deductible receipt.
When Is A Good Time To Have An Estate Sale?
Our customers attend estate sales all year, so any month is a great time
for a sale! The best days for sales are Friday through Sunday.
What Is Your Commission?
Baron Estate Sales charges 20%-30% commission of the gross sales, depending on the size of the sale. Commission fees come out of sale proceeds.