Should You Give Away or Donate Items?
Before deciding to donate or give items away, it is prudent to have Estate Sales by Jonesy evaluate items. Sometimes items you might believe have little or no value have more potential than you think. Other times items which you might donate or give away, work as calling cards to bring customers into your sale.
Having Estate Sales by Jonesy evaluate your items prior to donating or giving them away is a positive way to avoid costly mistakes. People find treasures in thrift stores, and everyone has heard a story of a person who received an item from the estate of a neighbor later determined to be worth a small fortune.
Then there are the countless little things found in a home that get tossed or donated. It may surprise you to learn that estate sales shoppers are willing buyers of a wide variety of items. They’ll buy the toys, trinkets and dishes you think have no value; or think you are better off throwing away. Let Estate Sales by Jonesy help determine if an item should be donated or not.
The dollar value of the many small, seemingly inconsequential items that every house contains, has the potential of creating thousands of dollars of income This why it’s a very good idea to let Estate Sales by Jonesy sell items on behalf of your estate.
Resist the temptation to randomly give away items to neighbors or distant relatives before you have had a chance to consult with Estate Sales by Jonesy. If you give too much away, you risk the possibility of not having enough to attract customers to your sale.
Here is a list of modestly valued items which are sold every weekend at Estate Sales by Jonesy sales across the country. These types of items can actually enhance the sale of items which have a much greater value.
Items of Modest Value Can be Sold
• Kitchen Items
• Broken Jewelry
• Outdated Stereo Equipment
• Old Paper, Magazines, Advertising
• Cleaning Supplies
• Stationery or Office Supplies
• Bedding and Linen
• Outdoor or Garden Items
• Small Decorative Items
• Craft Supplies