The Process


1. Liquidation Sale, what is it?

In some parts of the country, its a way of liquidating the belongings of a business, home, or family estate. These are usually much more 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, closing of business, or new inventory or death.

The public is invited to bid online on the business or home liquidating items via online auction.  At times there are items that are not for sale because the family or business owners has decided to keep them or new owners have made them part of a contract to buy the business or house.  Auctions are where everything is auctioned off online instead of being marked with a selling price.


2. How a Sale Works

There are several ways that Sales are run. We can list the items locally (Craigslist, OfferUp, Facebook Marketplace, etc) we schedule a buyer to come to our warehouse to pick it up.  We can also list the items on our website offer shipping or Ebay (fees apply).


3. First Come, First Served

First Come, First Served policy: This is when we list a item locally online a have several buyers interested in a item.  It’s First Come, First Served policy.  No holds allowed.


4. Sale Etiquette

There is such a thing as Sale Etiquette.  As a company we make sure we inform the buyer of all missing, broken, or damaged items.  We strive for honesty.  All electronics are tested onsite.  We like the buyer to make sure the item(s) have been tested before leaving our warehouse.