Numbers are given out to customers ONE hour before the start of the sale. The numbers determine the order of entry at the beginning of the sale. This also helps to keep things organized and prevent people from rushing the door.
If you are coming to the sale to purchase a specific item, you will probably want to get a number and enter the house early. High-demand items often sell right at the beginning of the day. If you are coming later in the day you may not need a number.
We NEVER sell items ahead of the sale date. While we understand that it is sometimes difficult for people to attend sales because of distance, work commitments or other reasons, we feel that it would be unfair to those who do come to the sale to sell advertised items ahead of time. If you cannot make it to the sale, consider asking a friend or family member to go on your behalf.
We accept cash, all major credit cards, Venmo and Cash App. Sorry, but we do not accept checks. A 3% Service Fee will be applied to all Credit Card and Venmo Transactions.
Parents or guardians are expected to supervise their children at all times. Please keep in mind that there may be fragile, high-value items at an estate sale and that you will be held financially responsible for any damage caused by a child in your care when deciding if they will attend. Each child is different and it is up to you to decide if this is an event they will enjoy or not. Also, please note that there are no public restrooms available at the sales.
Prices are generally firm at the beginning of the day and become more flexible in the afternoon. Depending on Client Agreements the second day of the sale typically offers 50% discounts on ALL items. Bargaining is part of the fun of estate sales and is absolutely expected.
It is very important to us to respect the confidentiality of our clients and we will never reveal the details of a specific sale. However, most of the sales we organize are the result of a move, retirement or downsizing.
Unsold items remain the legal property of the client(s). Many Clients choose to donate unsold items or sell them through a consignment shop or auction, while others will keep them, give them to family and friends or throw them away. In order to respect the confidentiality of our clients, we will not comment on specific cases.