Orlando Estate Auction is a full-service estate liquidation company. Our process is simple, submit images of your estate sale inventory using our consignment form and we will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your estate inventory. We liquidate estates by the process of an estate auction. Following signing the consignment agreement estate inventory will be picked up and transported to our estate sale by auction gallery. We will process, tag, and display your estate inventory in our estate auction gallery. Your inventory will be staged in our gallery with several other estates and strategically placed to garner the highest bids possible. Once staging is complete, the inventory of all estates is photographed and displayed on our website where our 65,000 registered bidders can preview prior to our Saturday estate sale by auction. During the online preview time we take call in bids from registered bidders, this continues up to the time that our weekly estate auction begins.
On Saturdays our Orlando Florida auction gallery opens at 3:00 p.m. for registration and preview. Our estate sale auction preview enables bidders to examine your estate sale inventory and develop their bidding lists. This estate sale by auction preview lasts until 4:00 p.m. where bidders direct their attention toward our auctioneer for the first segment of our weekly estate auction.
At 4:00 p.m. our estate sale box lot and estate value furniture auction begins. This portion of our Orlando estate auction will sell boxed items such as dishware and cookware, value level collectibles, linens and miscellaneous items that are staged in boxes. These items are generally sold in bulk and not by individual piece. The value furniture includes scratch and dent furniture, artwork, mattresses that are not part of bedroom suites, decorator art and decorator items. This portion of our estate liquidation ends with the sale of appliances with our used appliance auction. This includes refrigerators, freezers, stoves, dishwashers, washers, dryers, fans, air conditioners and other large appliances that come from estates.
Our estate sale auction will have a brief intermission where our estate sale boxed lot and value line item are paid for and loaded into their new owners vehicles while we expand our gallery seating to prepare for our 6:00 p.m. estate sale premium auction. Many of our Orlando estate auction bidders have reserved seating in the front rows where they sit every week for our weekly estate sale auctions. We ensure that these regular bidders who typically own resale shops, furniture stores, antique stores and online estate sale shops, are comfortable in their reserved seating.
At 6:00 p.m. we auction estate vehicles, which include cars, trucks, boats, recreational vehicles, trailers, enclosed trailers, motorcycles, golf carts and other motorized vehicles that are part of an estate. At Orlando Estate Auction we sell estate vehicles and sell deceased relatives vehicles on a regular basis. Most full estates will contain at lease one vehicle that is sold at our weekly auctions.
In this estate auction segment we will auction estate level items such as estate jewelry, estate firearms, estate furniture, antiques, collectibles, fine art, garden furniture and furnishings, decorator items, furs, musical instruments, crystal, estate jewelry and other higher end estate items. This section of our estate sale by auction typically lasts until 9:00 p.m. and all items are sold to the highest bidder. This is an absolute auction and by the end of the evening every item in our auction gallery is sold to the highest bidder.
Many of our estate auction bidders are store owners, antique dealers, jewelry store owners, interior decorators and other resale venue operators as well as collectors, and local residents looking to furnish their homes. The truth of the estate liquidation sale industry is that estate values are set by values achieved at auction. The highest possible sale prices are achieved by competitive bidding at an estate auction and not by pricing and price negotiating and haggling as is done at an on site estate sale.
When considering how to liquidate a deceased relatives estate, one must consider that keeping an estate as a whole, or keeping an estate intact with all items such as firearms, deceased relatives car or vehicles, estate antiques, coin collections, estate jewelry will garner higher bids for the estate as an entirety. When a family picks through a deceased relatives estate for valuable items it diminishes the value of the estate as a whole as it will draw less bidders to the estate sale. This diminishing of value is further damaged when the items of value are taken and sold to pawn or dealer and low ball values are obtained.
We sell estate automobiles, estate antiques, estate jewelry, appliances, estate firearms, tools, and anything else you find in a house. We also do business liquidations.
No matter your need, Orlando Estate Auction can typically offer complete pick up, advertising, sale, and payment for your inventory within 10 days. We sell just about everything and we do it quickly and efficiently. Our rapid estate sale process picks up in 2 days, sells within 7 days, and issues a check in 10 days.
Orlando Estate Auction, offering estate sale consignment services in Central Florida including Orlando, Winter Park, Longwood, Lake Mary, Windermere, Lake Nona, Clermont, Sanford, The Villages, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, St. Augustine, Melbourne, Cocoa Beach, Cocoa, Tavares, Winter Garden, Apopka, Bay Hill, Lakeland, Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Brevard County, Lake County, Osceola County, Polk County and beyond.