Don’t let your furniture be dead weight
Foreclosure creates a variety of problems. Often, families cannot afford to take their furniture with them when they lose the house, or don’t have room in their new lodgings for the furniture that remains.
Some families choose to contact us to hold a foreclosure auction prior to leaving the home. This gives them some much-needed cash to start the next chapters of their lives. We’ve also held foreclosure auctions for people who have bought foreclosure properties and who have unlocked their new homes only to find the previous owners have left many of their belongings behind.
Much like an estate sale, our foreclosure auctions take place inside of the home. We enter the home, assess each piece that’s up for sale, price it, and then market the sale. We can also tell you whether it would be better to auction some pieces, or to sell them outright. Either way, our goal is to move as many pieces as possible for you.
What’s the difference between an estate sale and a garage sale?
An estate sale actually takes the value of each of your items into account. If you have high-end antiques or heirlooms that you can’t take with you then you want to get top dollar for them. If you put it out in a garage sale your neighbors will simply see “old, cheap furniture,” no matter what the piece is actually worth. If you know that you have a great deal of important items in your home that you simply can’t move, then calling us can be a great financial decision.
If you find yourself in the position of having to hold a public auction to dispose of property that has been left behind, then we can help you as well. This may be the quickest and easiest way to dispose of property that you don’t want and which is getting in the way of your plans for the house you have just purchased.
Start the next chapter with more money for your furniture
The house may have been foreclosed, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden gems inside. Don’t just abandon the property, grab a dumpster, or give it all away. You might wind up kicking yourself later if you find out there was something truly valuable on the premises.