ESTATE SALE? MOVING SALE?
... you just need to sell some stuff
Do You Need A Liquidator?
A general rule of thumb: If you have less than $10,000 worth of personal property sales value (not including vehicles) you should either host your own sale, donate your items, or do a combination of both.
Estate liquidators provide a valuable service – if you have a LOT of sales value and you don’t mind giving up the hefty commission (35-50% – or more if you don’t have enough in sales value). And there can be other hidden costs.
What Are Your Other Options?
Facebook, Craigslist, Next Door, or a variety of online auction sites are a few options, but work best if you just have a few things to sell.
There is a better option – Your own private webpage. Don’t worry – we do the technical stuff. You host your own sale ONLINE (and ONSITE at your home, if you like).
Result – More control. More money in your pocket.
Who can use this service?
Any person or business that needs a temporary webpage to sell or announce something.
- Individuals doing a one-time sale
- Real Estate agents helping sellers
- Small estate sale liquidators
- Neighborhoods and HOAs
- Church bazaars
- Street fairs
I am a full time Green Valley, Arizona resident with a long history in design, merchandising, marketing, and internet technologies including web design. I started Southern Arizona Estate Sales because I saw a need for services between estate liquidators who do it all (for a hefty commission) and posting a few items for sale on Facebook or Next Door.
My experience with moving?
At last count it was 35 moves (as an adult)! Not exaggerating, but I think that’s in keeping with elephant migrations. And some of those moves were not only out of state but completely across the country. I have lived on both coasts including Hawaii, and California to North Carolina and New Hampshire and places in-between including Colorado, Texas, and Arizona (twice). I’ve had more than my share of moving “experiences”.