New & Previously Loved - Estate & Business Liquidator
 
 
 
About Us
     Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
    New & Previously Loved is a full time family owned & operated, personal & business estate liquidating company. We conduct Estate Sales, Moving Sales & Business Liquidations throughout Chicago, Chicago Suburbs and NW Indiana. State of IL Licensed.
    Weather you are simply downsizing or liquidating a full house or business, we can help. We understand how complicated and overwhelming the decision to liquidate personal items or loved ones items can be. With our expert team, we will help ease that stress.  We have a vast knowledge of  the value in vintage, antique, rare and high end items. Our company has an extremely large data base of professional dealers in all areas of expertise, that we will call on if there is any doubt. Our goal is to ease your mind while we do what we do best...Liquidate your estate or business.
     Along with our liquidating services, we offer specialty services including selling rare or high end items to private collectors, selling online or live auction. We have a large data base of collectors in many areas of interest.
      Since we stand behind our work...There are no upfront costs to have an estate sale with us. 
 

The services we offer include:
Free Consultation
Advertise the Sale
Photographing the Items
Sorting & Cleaning 
Pricing of Items
Complete Set Up
Selling the Items (Cash & Credit)
     *Accepting Credit Cards Boosts Sales
Basic Clean Up
Complete Buy Out Option

(We offer complete clean up services for an additional fee.)

     Having conducted and attended hundreds of Estate Sales...we know what works. The New & Previously Loved team is Professional, Organized, Knowledgeable, and will conduct your sale with the the utmost dignity. From our On Site security, pricing of items, negotiating with the buyers to our outstanding customer service team. You will not be disappointed you chose our team.
 
We welcome the opportunity to earn  your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
 
 
Victoria Hoffman
(708)441-5108
 
 
Service Areas:
Cook, Will & Kankakee Counties
& NW Indiana
 
Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM
Sat: 10AM - 5PM
Sun: 9AM - 5PM
 
 
 Questions you should ask when Interviewing an estate or business liquidator...
     1. Do you keep receipts and written logs of items sold?  
If the answer is No, look for another company to do business with. You should have proof of what has been sold & record of how much money you are earning from your sale.
     2. What do you do with the items when the sale is over? 
Most companies take possession of the items and sell them at a later date (after all, they are doing the dirty work and have to store or haul the items to the donation center)
 There is nothing wrong with that, BUT be sure the items are not priced so high as to not sell at your sale. You should expect something, instead of nothing...Bottom line...request  a 1/2 price day IF you plan on having the company clean it out after the sale.  You will at least make something on it. Remember, you are in charge of the prices & you want it sold.
     3. How long will it take to set up?
All companies are different, but typically you want your sale advertised properly, so try to allow at least 2-4 weeks.
    4.  How do you advertise?
The estate company you hire should heavily advertise each sale they conduct. Social Media, Estatesales.net, Estatesale.com or other like sites.
    5. Am I allowed to attend the sale?
If they state you are not allowed there, run. You should be welcome at the sale, provided you are able to be there without emotion. You can not cry when an item that has memories attached to it, is being sold. Typically, having the owner at the sale boosts sales, so we welcome you in. 
     Remember...ask questions.
   
    
 
 
 
 
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