- Moving Crew. If you are selling furniture, partner with a company that will bring a moving team onsite on the day of your sale. This makes it much more likely that larger items will be sold.
- Credit Cards. Ensure that your contents sale company takes credit cards. This makes it easy for a potential customer to buy more expensive items instantly, a convenience that's been proven to increase sales.
- Junk Removal. Make sure the contents sale company you partner with has a provision for junk removal and cleanup at the end of the sale. This ensures that the space will be left just the way you want it.
- Personal Injury. If you're inexperienced or unaccustomed to this sort of lifting, you can injure yourself. Injuries can take months to heal, or require treatments by a chiropractor or other medical professional -- and there have even been instances of heart attacks brought on by heavy lifting.
- Damage to Property. Another downside of do-it-yourself furniture removal is that you may accidentally damage walls or furniture, leading to costly repairs.
- Disposal. Particularly if you are in a metropolitan area, the places where furniture may be taken are likely to be difficult to access.
- Moving or downsizing?
- Had a death in the family and need to sell the contents of the home before listing it?
- Do you have a garage or basement that is filled with junk needing removal?
- Are you a real estate agent or acting as an executor to an estate?
- Are you looking for Canada's largest, most well established and comprehensive content and estate sale company?
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