Like any endeavor, it takes dedication and commitment. Starting an estate liquidation business is not different except there are some additional things to consider in order to be successful and have longevity in the industry.
I can’t think of many businesses to compare to an estate liquidation company.
As a business owner you are entrusted to liquidate the assets of family members that have been collected for decades in an industry that’s not regulated by any governing body.
The competition in the industry is fierce because there are no special licensing requirements to start an estate sale business, and one bad apple in the industry can taint the reputation of many.
There are individuals that begin by starting their own estate sale company, only to give up soon after because they cannot sustain.
Estate Sale Business Success
A successful business especially in the estate liquidation industry can only exist if the right steps are taken at the right time. This proves to be difficult in a business where every day you’re conducting business at a different location, and the situation you’re facing will vary from one home to the next.
- Achieving Brand Awareness
- Earning and Maintaining Consumer Trust
- Marketing and Advertising Plan
- Continuous Lead Generation Techniques
- Continuous Referring Sources
- Documented Workflow and Processes
How to Get Started?
First, it’s important to know whether or not the estate liquidation business is right for you. While many in the public are eager to start, it’s not for everyone. Begin by attending a few estate sales, ask questions, or contact us for an honest answer to all your questions relating to estate sales.
Grasons Estate Sale Services wasn’t always a franchise with over 30 locations. We began with a single location that spent years developing techniques, processes, and procedures that simply work.
We are a trusted household brand for estate sale services because we are self-regulated. Each estate sale location is background checked, and holds a liability insurance policy to protect the clients and their homes.
Our franchise locations are regularly audited to insure they not only meet but exceed client expectations.
We call it a road map to an estate liquidation business. You can spend years relying on trial and error or join a family of experienced estate liquidation professionals that share your vision, and willingness to succeed.
Owning a franchise will require the same amount of dedication and commitment you would have when starting your own business, but the one main difference is many of the pieces are already in place to help you hit the ground running from day one.
If estate sales have always interested you. We invite you to read more about our national brand, and contact us to find out if a franchise location is available in your area.