FOR PROFESSIONALS ON BEHALF OF CLIENTS
Partnering to assist you in easing your client’s life transition
We understand that your work as a professional fiduciary on behalf of the estate settlement process is long and detailed. When your client needs to downsize and relocate, to move across the country or into assisted living, or to dispose of a family member’s lifetime accumulation of belongings and sell the family home, we partner with you to meet this objective. Since the mid-1990s, Essex Estate Services has worked with major corporate fiduciaries, estate attorneys, wealth management professionals, senior living consultants and real estate agents on behalf of your clients.
Essex manages the entire personal property liquidation process from the initial valuation to the removal and sale or donation of every item. We perform the estate appraisal, clear out the residence, sell the personal property and fine jewelry, sell the car, donate unsalable items and prepare the home for the real estate broker to begin showing the property. We ease your client’s transition by handling this process in an efficient and personal manner. We minimize the stress and labor of sorting and disposing of property and leave your time better spent to deal with the more urgent needs of your client.
Our unique approach to personal property liquidation goes beyond the concept of a traditional on site “estate sale” or auction house sale, which only liquidates select items. By selecting the right venue for the sale of each item, we maximize the financial return on your client’s property—and their peace of mind. We draw from our extensive network of internet sites, dealers, specialized auction houses and private buyers, and tailor our sales approach to your client’s individual needs, objectives and timeframe.
Our expertise includes fine art and collectibles, fine jewelry, rugs, books, furniture, cars and boats, antiques and individual collections. We specialize in finding and delivering value from hoarder situations, and we will donate unsalable property.
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