FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A: The term estate sale has become more broad over the last years and estate sale companies often assist with downsizing or moving sales, liquidations, general house clean outs and more.
A: Don't throw anything away and let us do the work. What you see as junk may be another's treasure.
A: We provide a free consultation and we work on a commission from the net proceeds of the estate sales. You won't have to pay any money up front or out of pocket.
A: It usually takes approximately four to seven days from start to finish. This includes the organizing, staging, and the actual selling of the estate or liquidation sale. Lead time for the proper marketing of your sale or liquidation is always a good practice.
A: We'll provide you a complete itemized list of items for sale and the items sold upon completion of the sale. This list is easy to follow and provides a clear outline for the sale.
A: San Diego County Estate sales will be sure to safeguard them and turn them over to those responsible for the sale.
A: By law San Diego County Estate Sales is required to collect sales tax on all sales conducted at an onsite estate sale and submit the tax to the State Board of Equalization. California State sales tax rates differ throughout California. By going to the following link you can input the address of your onsite estate sale and find out what the tax rate will be; https://maps.gis.ca.gov/boe/TaxRates/
A: Absolutely not. Household and commercial items are always in demand and others will be thrilled to purchase them.
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