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Estate Sales Management, LLC Opens a New Outlet Shop in Garden City, Idaho

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July 25, 2014- Boise area company Estate Sales Management, LLC announces the opening of a new Estate Sale Outlet Shop at 3520 Chinden Boulevard in Garden City, Idaho. The outlet shop features items that remain unsold after estate, downsizing and moving sales conducted by the company have ended. Estate Sales Management, LLC manages the entire process of conducting estate, downsizing and moving sales from researching prices, to displaying the items for sale and finally to moving unsold items to the outlet shops.

July 25, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Boise area company Estate Sales Management, LLC announces the opening of a new Estate Sale Outlet Shop in Garden City, Idaho. Items displayed in the outlet shop are those remaining after Boise area estate, moving and downsizing sales conducted by Estate Sales Management, LLC have ended. Displaying the items following sales allows the company to extend the sale period well beyond the two-day time slots that most estate, moving and downsizing sales allow.

The outlet shop sells antiques, art, books, select clothing, collectibles, furniture, glassware, jewelry, books and just about anything of value one might find in a home. Items in the shop are priced at sale prices that make them exceptional values. Especially since many of the items are one of a kind or difficult to find in the local market.

Consignments from the general public will be accepted in the new location as space allows.
About Estate Sales Management, LLC

After many years of managing estate sales, Boise based Estate Sales Management became an LLC in 2007 to help people manage the tedious, often emotional job of conducting estate sales.

As the company has grown so have the services the company provides. Those services now include managing moving sales, downsizing sales and displaying unsold items in the Outlet Shop. The estate, moving and downsizing sales are all conducted on-site, typically at a private residence over a period of two days.

As Boise area baby boomers decide to move from their larger family homes to smaller homes more and more of them are discovering that estate sale companies like Estate Sales Management, LLC can help them “downsize” to a smaller home.

The company can help them sell items that won’t fit into a smaller home. The extra money clients can get from selling two or three extra bedroom sets, a large living room set and all the other household goods they no longer need could make a big contribution to furnishing their new smaller homes.

When they set about deciding how to sell their now unwanted treasures, clients often find the tasks of selling things piecemeal on eBay, Craigslist, local classified ads or in weekend garage sales just too time consuming and far too much work. Especially when selling those items becomes an added burden that complicates the moving process.

The Outlet Shop was added as a natural extension of the business. Many clients wanted to sell the items that remained after an on-site sale was over. The company opened the outlet shop to provide a way for clients to continue offering items for sale, and to expand the customer base to include people who may not have attended the original sales events.

Estate Sales Management, LLC manages the entire process from researching prices, to displaying the items for sale and finally to moving unsold items to the outlet shops.

Contact Info:
Name: Betty Lou Donnelley
Email: pr@estatesalesmanagement.com
Phone: 208-866-4999
Organization: Estate Sales Management, LLC

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