FAQs 2017-04-18T17:49:06+00:00


Absolutely nothing! Once the agreement is signed, we will handle the rest. We manage the labor and time intensive logistics so you can stay focused on more personal priorities. All we ask, is please do not throw anything away prior to us coming! One man’s junk is another man’s treasure!

An Estate Sale is a way of liquidating the belongings of a family or 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, or death.  The home is essentially turned into a boutique for a few days, allowing the public into the home to purchase items. Estate Sales are a great way to quickly get rid of items, but still getting a good return on your items.

An auction is another way to liquidate an estate. Items are offered up for sale by taking bids and the highest bidder wins the item. Auctions are the fastest, most efficient way to liquidate assets. Instead of waiting for an estate sale to be set up, we can clean the house out within a matter of days and store the items for you until auction day. Auctions are great for people that are on very limited time restraints or have a very massive quantity.

We at Silver Springs love to stress our high, young energy combined with our upper hand in the newest technology. As an estate liquidation company, you need to be ahead of the game. We deliver advertisements to five different online outlets, multiple print resources and also our customers through our newsletter.

Yes! We are fully insured with liability and inventory coverage insurance.

Estate Sales are typically three days- Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Auctions typically last anywhere from three hours to a whole day.

Yes! We not only can sell the entire contents we can also sell your home through an auction.

No, we do not. We have built a large following of customers that like to know they have a fair chance when shopping our sales.

Setups can range anywhere between 3 days to 2 weeks depending on the size and contents within. This time frame is established on the first appointment.

Theft can be prevalent among events as people think there is no surveillance within a home. We have solved this issue a few different ways:
  • Limiting the number of customers allowed in the home at one time at an estate sale
  • Glass cases for expensive jewelry and small items
  • Strategic placement of costly items to keep constant monitoring
  • Keeping events staffed properly

This is ultimately up to the client. Based on your situation, items can be disposed of, donated or you can choose to keep the remainder.