No more worries, we have been vaccinated! Our personnel completed the vaccination process. Elder citizens who would like to sell their items are safe. Schedule an appointment at your convenient time.
Selling your items can now be done with ease, and we ensure both of us are safe. Protocols for safety will be continued; wearing masks and faces shields. We hope to be of service for you soon!
Q1: How will your Selling be affected by the recent Covid-19 outbreak?
Q2: What is our safety procedures and measures in order to keep you and us safe from Covid-19 infection during an appointment?
Q3: Are there alternative options for non-appointment or a Lesser Contact way of Selling?
1. How much stuff can you
get rid of?
For Liz and Jac Grimes, who are wedding officiants in North Carolina, downsizing from a 3,400-square-foot home to a 1,100-square-foot apartment meant getting rid of many things are part of the responsibility of home ownership.
The move after 27 years in their home also meant giving cherished items to their children now, instead of upon their death.
“Don’t hold onto things just because you think your children will want them when you are gone,” Liz Grimes says. “The kids are not going to want full china, silver and crystal sets, or old furniture.
“Have the kids go through the house before you move and take those things that they have said ‘When mom is gone, I want that,” and let them take it. Enjoy the fact that they are enjoying something while you are alive.”Downsizing for seniors can also require getting rid of any artwork and other mementos you’ve kept from your kids’ childhood, Grimes says.
“If something does not bring you the joy when you see it, get rid of it,” she says. “Just because a child made it for you in third grade and they are now in their 40s, you don’t have to keep it. Take a photo of it, ask if they want it back, and then discard it if they don’t.”
Much of your furniture may also be worth selling or giving away when downsizing, since it may not fit in a smaller home. Check the floor plan of your new home to see how your furniture might fit.
Selling of your personal belongings is often difficult. Nonetheless, selling is an important part of the process when you are moving out, estate selling or fund raising. Getting to sell your personal property can offer a rewarding sense of accomplishment or ease from a stressful circumstance. As the person with the greatest emotional and financial investment, you have the best understanding of your material and can make the important decisions necessary to accomplish your goal.
It is inevitable that some personal belongings will be sold, either as planned or as a result of unforeseen circumstances. All too often, owners who are unfamiliar with selling, go to inappropriate personalities or venues then realize they achieved less or made a mistake. These scenarios can be avoided by having a formalized professional help with the dispersal. Every aspect of the sale can be put into writing to ensure the eventual transaction meets your needs.
We recognize the significance of the sale of your personal belongings and the unique challenge this presents. Working with you, we can make the necessary arrangements, so you can be confident that your selling will be handled properly when the time comes to sell it.
We have provided knowledgeable, thoughtful advice and professional service for more than 30 years of experience. The expertise gained from our unparalleled service will help your goal be realized. Our tradition of service oriented work means you can rest easy, knowing the sale of your items will be carried out without pressure and most importantly, professionally.
Another year has ended and a new year has come. Sharing here the pictures of donations made in our clients name. Thank you very much to our clients who have been supporting and continuing to sell with us. Wishing everyone a great 2016 ahead!
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• Estate Sale