The reputation of Tucson's ARIZONA ESTATE SALES & LIQUIDATIONS, LLC is one of honesty, integrity, expertise, friendliness and successful sales. We are licensed by the state of Arizona as well as Tucson, Marana, and Oro Valley and our staff is bonded. We carry insurance up to one million dollars and are an A+ accredited member of the Tucson BBB.
You are our priority and maximizing the dollar value you receive for your personal property is our ultimate goal.
WHAT IS AN ESTATE SALE?
Located in Tucson, an ARIZONA ESTATE SALES & LIQUIDATIONS, LLC sales is a financially lucrative, stress-free and convenient means of liquidating merchandise for various reasons:
Our professionally-operated Estate Sale is an open house for antique buyers and dealers, collector, interior designers and decorators, bargain hunters seeking treasures and casual shoppers out to view, touch and experience gently-used personal, home and/or office items for sale in a casual and friendly atmosphere.
WHAT IS INVOLVED AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
There is nothing to do on your part . . . except to relax and collect your money which is mailed within 10 business days after the sale. We employ various means of ensuring a successful event: creative staging and displays, experienced, knowledgeable and friendly staff, targeted advertising, directional signage on the day of the sale, notification lists and much more.
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WHAT WILL IT CO$T ME?
Absolutely nothing out of pocket! Our rates are competitive with others in the Tucson market – a customary Thirty-Five Percent (35%) commission of the total gross sales for the average home. (Surcharges may apply for special circumstances.)
*NOTE: Never give any money in advance to an estate sale company as a “good faith gesture.” This is not the way a legitimate Estate Sale company works. Make sure they are licensed by your state/city, are bonded, insured and preferably a member with an A or A+ rating with your local Better Business Bureau. Don’t hesitate to ask to see a copy of their current license, bond and insurance declaration page. If they refuse, don't hire them.