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Champagne Estate Sales – Cheers or Tears of Liability?

November 25, 2014 Estate Industry News, Estate Sale Company, Estate Sale Liability, Estate Sale Shopping, Estate Sales, Liability, Liquidation, Sales and Marketing

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With estate sale competition heightened, many estate sale companies are creating a new social gathering and interest around their client’s estate sales by hosting “Champagne Estate Sales”. These sale events include the consumption of alcohol while you shop, how fun right? What about the liability?

An Estate Sale Verbal Agreement is Not a Company Contract!

November 4, 2014 Estate Executor, Estate Sale Company, Estate Sale Contracts, Estate Sale Pricing, Estate Sales, Home Clean Out, Liability, Liquidation, Sales and Marketing, Staging & Setup

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The estate sale contract outlines in writing the agreements and responsibilities of parties involved. You as the hiring party, and the estate liquidator or company hired to perform the sale. An estate sale contract is necessary because a verbal agreement is not enough. All parties mentioned are bound by the details, here’s an example of the various sections generally included in a contract.

Buying Used Car Seats – Estate Sale Shopping Tips

October 13, 2014 Estate Sale Liability, Estate Sale Shopping, Estate Sales, Liquidation, Shopping Tips

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Local Estate Sales throughout the country have a variety of items for sale, while the estate sale professionals perform their due diligence on items that can be legally sold during a sale. Estate Sale shoppers must also be aware that the items being sold are used items and requires the buyer to perform their own due diligence and research. During a local estate sale, you’ll see a variety of items being sold. Each home is different; some may be filled with vintage and antique items, while others hold everyday items, dishes, furniture, including children items such as strollers and car seats.
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