And since the average American home spans some 2,500 square feet, emptying one out isn’t easily accomplished alone. There are roughly 14,000 estate liquidators in the country and because the liquidation service industry is not regulated, most liquidators have no formal training. How do you protect yourself and ensure that you get an optimal return on your estate sale?
Because the team at VNTG Home believes that retail isn’t just about sales…it’s about relationships and we specialize in estate liquidation and home transition services, we want you to be armed with critical information to help you pick the right partner when considering an estate liquidation service partner.
Consider this: about 10,000 Americans turn 65 each year, 2.4 million will pass away, 876,000 couples will divorce and another 800,000 others will file for bankruptcy.
The estate liquidation service industry was built on these hardships.
They are known in the industry as the four “D’s”: downsizing, death, divorce and debt.
Many people often choose an estate liquidation service — whether they are struggling to fit recently inherited antiques into a tiny apartment, liquidating assets as part of a divorce settlement or simply moving across country for a new job.
The team works with you to create a custom plan that fits your unique needs and budget.
It’s this special combination of experts who understand what you are going through and mix of home transition service options that helps you achieve the best emotional and economic outcome possible.
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Rocco also is an experienced business restructuring attorney with a practice focusing on creditors’ rights, reorganization, workouts, bankruptcy and state court proceedings.
He has diverse experience representing debtors-in-possession, secured lenders, lessors and landlords, unsecured creditors, official creditor committees, individual business owners, trustees, and receivers.
And while we have you here, we invite you to check out VNTG Home transition services.