We provide direct help for home downsizing, home cleanout, de-cluttering and, content liquidation.

We begin the process by meeting with you at your home. We work with you to identify which items you wish to sell, donate or dispose of. Together we develop realistic fair market value price points for all household contents.

We know how stressful and emotional having an estate sale can be. Most often, estate sales are the result of losing a loved one or transitioning them to a skilled facility, downsizing, moving, or another life changing event. Let us help make this process easier for all those involved.

How it works

Call us today to arrange your free consultation and let us create an easy, pain free estate sale for you.

•We will arrange a meeting to come out and evaluate the items you are interested in selling as well as help set a value to them.

•We will then quote you a percentage charge based on these items and the work needed to sell them.

•Once a contract is signed, we will begin advertising the date on our website, EstateSales.net, EstateSales.org, Facebook, and local papers/advertising service.

•We stage your items with display cases, racks and tables with table cloths

•After your estate sale has ended, we will return all items to you. Additional services include: Haul off junk items, donate remaining items to charity of your choice, or conduct a complete cleanup of the residence.

•Clients are paid remaining profits from the sale as soon as possible and always within 5 business days after the estate sale.

Below is a list of the top five most common mistakes people make when cleaning out an estate.

1. The NUMBER ONE mistake and the MOST COSTLY mistake that family members and/or executors make is not letting a professional look at the contents of the estate BEFORE they throw anything away.

The best way to avoid making a costly mistake like this, is to NOT remove anything from the household before letting a professional such as us look at the items. It may look like garbage, it may be broken, it may need paint, it may be torn, unusable, moldy, have water damage, or even smell bad, but it may have value. You will never know unless you have an experienced person look at the items before throwing them into the garbage or dumpster.

2. The NUMBER TWO mistake is being embarrassed by the amount of junk or garbage that has collected in the household.

A real professional or a representatives from a professional company like All About You Liquidation understand situations like this. As we age, we accumulate things. Some people accumulate more things than others. Some elderly people are such that they cannot take care of themselves, or the circumstances around them and things get messy. There is nothing you can show us that we have not already seen, so please do not be embarrassed.

3. The NUMBER THREE mistake is either donating items, giving things away to friends, neighbors, and or strangers, or having a garage sale, pricing the items yourself, and selling items too cheaply or asking for too much money. This is another reason to have a professional such as All About you Liquidation look at the estate before it is touched.

4. The NUMBER FOUR mistake is discounting your own self-worth and that of your friends and relatives.

Your time is worth money, your relative's, friend's, spouse's, children's, realtor's, lawyer's, etc. time is also worth money. Maybe you are not being charged by your friends and relatives, but it may cost you at a later date. Most people and families quickly become overwhelmed by the amount of work it takes to clean out an entire household. We are told time and time again, "We spent the last six months (or year, or sometimes two years) going through all the items in this house and we have not even made a dent in it." or, "We just don't have alot of free time." All of the time it takes to clean out a house is more time that the property is off of the market. The taxes, rent, heating bill (the water pipes may freeze if it’s not paid), and/or maintenance fees still have to be paid during that time. These bills add up, no one will pay them for you.

5. The NUMBER FIVE mistake is renting a dumpster and paying extra tipping fees for items that don't have to go into a landfill and can be resold, recycled, or donated.