Service Areas We Cover
If you don't see your town listed don't hesitate to contact us to see if we would consider doing an estate sale in your town. Sadly, we do not cover New York City, Westchester, Long Island, Rockland County, nor Pennsylvania.
Towns we serve:
Caldwell (North and West Caldwell)
What types of sales do we do?
BHM can handle all types of sales. We can sell everything from furniture, lighting, jewelry, clothes, shoes, handbags, rugs, cars, motocycles, boats - everything but food, guns and alcohol. We can also sell building/contractor supplies and even half used paint cans.
What makes us different from other liquidators?
We are a full service company! Not one liquidator in New Jersey offers the full array of services that we offer. BHM handles everything from Organizing and Decluttering, Staging, Estate Liquidations to our Discard and Donate services. We help you from the very first steps of decluttering your home to the staging of it and then to the estate sale all the way thru to getting your home emptied for your closing. No more hiring different vendors for each of these jobs.
How many sales do you do at one time?
We only do 1 sale at a time. Since we are usually doing multiple services for our clients we are usually working with the same client for 2-3 weeks. We do not overbook or do mulitple sales a weekend. We are not about quantity but are about quality.
Do I have enough stuff for a sale?
For an estate sale to be successful you need a large quantity of items and a good variety. If you are unsure please do call us. We always answer our phone and will talk with you to get specifics about your household contents.
What should I do if I don't have a full house worth of items?
For those folks with not enough items to hold a full estate sale but are in a private home we can list the sellable items on a national auction site. For those whose contents are not located in a private home (ie, storage units, apartments) we are NOW offering a NEW service called Discard and Donate! The Discard and Donate option is the full removal of all household contents. We will take care of donating to charity as many items as the charity will accept and then to cleanout all remaining items.
How many liquidators should I interview?
We suggest meeting with at least two if not three liquidators in order to choose the right one for your needs. Liquidators are all so different and it's important that you ask the right questions. Click on the link below to read our blog on How to Hire an Estate Liquidator: http://www.bargainhuntermama.com/blog/how-to-hire-an-estate-sale-liquidator
What would you say is the most important thing for the person hiring a liquidator to do?