FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Once you contact Devlin Estate Sales, we will talk with you, get to know your situation and the type of estate sale you want. We can then setup a specific time to come out and meet you or your representative at the sale location.
Once on site, we can assess and discuss the feasibility of a sale. What this means is we will determine whether or not there are enough items in the residence and how well the items will sell. This will allow us to make a decision as to whether or not you should have an estate sale or if you should use alternate sources to liquidate the contents of the home.
Our consultation is free of charge. If we determine an estate sale is not the best fit for your items, we will recommend other alternatives and provide you with guidance on who to contact.
Yes! We can handle everything through email, faxing, and registered mail. It’s a very easy process! If you’re working with a local realtor or lawyer, we can go through them as well. Remember, we are a licensed, insured, and bonded company.
We ask that you or family members remove all items that you would like to keep prior to us coming out to assess the estate. This will allow us to conduct a thorough assessment of what would be included in the sale.
Also, we ask that you remove any personal photos and paperwork from the residence. Such as: family photos/albums, birth certificates, social security cards, drivers license, passports, military documents, bank statements, pay stubs, medical bills. If you can’t do it, we will dispose or set aside these items for you.
Any items staying in the house that you would like to keep should be moved (if able) and secured in a specified room/area and marked as not for sale.
This is the biggest mistake people make when preparing to conduct a sale. Items you consider as “junk” may be a diamond in the rough or a treasure to a collector. Let us take care of the separating and sorting. This is part of our service. The best thing to do is leave the house as-is.
Again, we cannot stress enough: DO NOT discard these items!
Vintage postcards, magazines, and newspapers are highly sell-able items and should not be discarded. Cleaning supplies can also be sold at the sale.
No. We will bring in tables, display cases, and clothing racks to display the merchandise. We take care of it all.
We recommend listing the house before the sale. This is a great way to help sell the home. Hundreds of potential buyers will go through the home during the sale.
There is no designated time frame. However, to be efficient and thorough, we like to have at least two weeks.
HOW WE OPERATE
ABOUT OUR COMPANY
Devlin Estate Sales offers a comprehensive and professional service that we tailor to a client’s individual estate sale needs.
When in need of an estate sale, we understand that the search for a reliable company can be overwhelming (and frustrating!). Our company is here every step of the way, making sure you are pleased with our results.
We have over 10 years experience and know all the best practices in the industry. We are fast, professional, and streamline the estate sale process. Our teams work with you to optimize the selling of your estate and make sure you get the attention you need as a client.
Our Devlin Estate Sales teams are skillful and knowledgable individuals with great results. Confidently place your trust with our reliable estate sale team members!