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Estate Liquidation Services

An Estate Sale, also referred to as a “Tag Sale” in some parts of the country, is a way of liquidating the belongings of a family or an estate. These are usually much more involved than garage or yard sales. They are used when someone is in need of a way to sell items due to downsizing, moving, divorce, bankruptcy, or the passing of a loved one.  Your personal belongings do not have to be old to be sold.

The process of an Estate Sale can be daunting and overwhelming, especially when considering all other aspects of the changes in life that can bring on the need to liquidate an estate. That’s where Little River Antiques & Estate Sales comes in. With years of experience in antiques, appraisals, and sales, our team will work diligently to inventory, assess and sell all designated belongings. We believe everything (or nearly everything) has a value and it is our job to do our best to facilitate a smooth transition and best pricing so you can rest easy and handle other aspects of your life during this time.

Levels Of Liquidation

A great example would be if you are moving from a five bedroom home into a one bedroom condo or assisted living. Even though it is not an entire estate to liquidate, there may be enough items and potential value to conduct a partial onsite estate sale.

Entire Estate Liquidation


When a complete estate needs to be sold from the attic down to the floor boards, Little River Antiques & Estate Sales can get the job done.


Complete Estate Services Include:
  • Meet with the family to discuss your liquidation needs, and address your concerns and questions.
  • Identify all personal belongings to be included in an estate sale.
  • Provide Appraisal Services, if appropriate, for probate.
  • Provide linen-covered tables on which to organize and stage items for the sale.
  • Tag and assign price to Sale Items.
  • Advertise and Market The Estate Sale.
  • Fully Manage and staff the Estate Sale.
  • Manage final disposition of unsold items either via partial or entire buyouts, donations, or auction.
  • Coordinate any final cleaning beyond our leaving the estate broom swept.