Everything But The House

Online estate sale company, Everything But The House (EBTH.com), is launching its first sale in New England. This is another major market for the company currently hosting sales in Cincinnati (HQ), Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, Atlanta and Southwest Florida.

box -pixabayThe Boston area’s first sale is taking place at the home of venture capitalist and national business radio contributor, Woody Benson. Last December, Benson interviewed EBTH CEO Andy Nielsen and mentioned that he might be interested in becoming a client. Now that he is, he’s a happy one. “Everything about your team is great,” he said. “They’re super nice and professional people.”

Here’s how it works: EBTH sorts, catalogs, photographs, posts items online (all bids start at $1) and manages payment, distribution of items won, with white-glove delivery service, leaving the home “broom swept.” Final sale proceeds are 3-5 times higher than traditional estate sale services.

EBTH bidders (from all 50 states and around the world) can find amazing, unique pieces at a price they themselves set.

EBTH’s point of difference is that it is full service – its employees take care of the entire process from cataloging to cleaning out the house — and that has not yet been seen in the estate sale industry. There are other estate sale services, online marketplaces, consignment shops and junk removal services, but nothing that is as comprehensive as what EBTH offers.

As the largest generation in history retires, downsizes and relocates, the service is fulfilling a great need. And, as more consumers seek high quality goods, unique finds or DIY projects at a competitive price, EBTH is primed for growth. Put them on your speed dial for the next time you, or another family member, needs to move. 
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