Finding an estate sale company to work with can be a daunting task. Fortunately, we have simplified the process by creating a comprehensive directory of estate sale companies. You can browse by state and city or you can fill out our simple lead form and have companies contact you directly.
We recommend working with estate sale companies that are EstateSales.org members because they have taken the time to properly market their business online. They understand that gaining your trust is key to earning your business, so they provide a description about their company that includes any credentials, testimonials from prior clients and how many years they have been in business. They also provide the name of their insurance company and whether or not they are members of the Better Business Bureau. Another good sign of a company is whether or not they are currently conducting sales and how many photos they post of the inventory. You can view all current sales for each company from their company detail page.
Another thing to consider is whether or not you will want to have the estate sale in the home or not. While most estate sales are conducted in the home, some companies have off-site facilities and will take your inventory to their showroom and conduct the sale there.
Remember that in the end, you should trust your instincts when selecting the best company to liquidate your estate. If the estate liquidator is cordial and polite when discussing your estate options with you, they will more than likely be just as good if not better with all the customers that attend the sale.
EstateSales.org does not endorse or recommend any of the estate liquidators listed on this site, and cannot be held responsible or liable in any way for your dealings with them. We provide this directory to assist you in locating estate sale companies. EstateSales.org does not own or operate any estate sale company, and we make no representation of any of the listings contained within this website.