Frequently Asked Questions

The house/estate is packed and I don’t have a lot of time to deal with this! What is my first step?

Your first step is not to panic! We know what you’re going through, and what you are up against. We see it every day. Just take a moment to complete this short e-mail form. We can walk you through the process quickly.

After you and your family has taken what they want, you don’t have to do anything else. NOVA Liquidation will handle everything else regardless of size or mess.

How much does NOVA Liquidation pay for our things?

After our free on-site  or on line evaluation, we will offer a price to purchase the entire contents from the estate. The price is based on the value of the estate’s objects in the marketplace as well as our cost to handle all the trash.

Should I have an estate sale, or is a buyout a better option?

Buyouts are certainly faster, but if the property has the time, logistical attributes and the quantity of possessions to support a successful on-site, then our estate sale company, Hunt & Peck, can handle the job.  Go here to read more about that process.

Can NOVA Liquidation handle an object that has very high value such as jewelry or fine art?

Yes, we can offer to either purchase those specific objects or we can handle the transfer of those objects to an Internationally recognized auction house for maximum results.

How long does all this take?

After our on site consultation and a date is set, most estates can be emptied in 2 days or less, and no estate, regardless of size, takes more than 1 week.

What do you do with all the items purchased?

Once NOVA Liquidation has purchased an estate it can take us up to 8 months to fully process each item through dozens of market channels. We make every effort to recycle as much trash as possible.

Can NOVA Liquidation handle donations as well?

Yes, our hauling team can provide the estate with donation receipts upon request.  No problem.

Please Note: If you are not sure about items, don’t dispose of anything before we do our estate evaluation.

Note: You may want to read Kiplingers “Smart ways to get rid of your stuff” here.

Do you have other questions?

Just use our convenient contact form.