We have been in the estate auction business for a while now, and through our years of experience in Longwood, we have figured out the best way to sell your items for the highest price. Our stress free process will get your old stuff off your hands and cash in your pocket fast. Check out some of our tips to ensure you have a successful sale!
Make a List
The first thing that you should do is figure out what items you are planning to sell. Walk through your house and make a list of each possession that you’re considering parting with. If you are working with us, we’ll later use the list to check that we correctly packed each item, and it will also make it easier when checking that everything is at the sale.
Move and Make Repairs
The next big step is transporting the goods to the auction house to be sold. Luckily, you don’t have to worry about how to get everything into your car. When you’re ready, we’ll send our team of professionals to carefully pack and move all of your items that are for sale. Once they arrive at our worksite, we’ll get to work cleaning, making minor repairs, and preparing everything to get ready for the day of the sale. After the dust settles, you’ll end up with more space in your home and the peace of mind as we take care of the stress of selling your wares.
When it comes to selling your goods, no one is more efficient than we are. When the day of the estate auction finally comes, we’ll open up our doors for all of Longwood to start bidding. To ensure that everything sells, we hold what’s known as an Absolute Auction; this means that there are no minimum bids that need to be passed to start the inevitable price-war. Once the auction is over, we’ll send you a check with your profits, minus our commission. The entire process takes less than two weeks!
Orlando Estate Auction Advantage
Here at Orlando Estate Auction, we work quickly and efficiently. From picking up your items to paying you, the process will take no more than 10 days. We’ve held hundreds of successful Longwood estate auctions over the years,