Next Chapter has a tough time letting go of some pieces that are too good to throw away and too special to give away. Also, we understand that conducting the estate/tag sale is just one step in helping our clients make additional money on household goods that didn’t sell.
Our Second Chance program offers a number of options for us to help sell items after the on site sale has ended. That can include placing goods online in a couple of ways, as well as connecting with liquidators and consignment shops that may be interested.
In all cases, we provide a written agreement explaining which goods are included in the Second Chance program and how those goods will be marketed. We report regularly on items, and pay our clients for any items that have been sold. (Our commission structure is included in the Second Chance agreement.)
Our Second Chance items become your found treasure. Take a look!
For those who have conducted sales on eBay on your own, you know how time consuming this can be. Fortunately, we don’t mind taking the time to list items on eBay as part of our Second Chance program. It’s pretty simple. We review items that didn’t sell and take a few smaller items to list on eBay for you.
Check out our new eBay Store. Look for highlights of this eBay Store listed below.
We offer a whole bunch of Christmas Ornaments, including Waterford, Baccarat, Orrefors and much more. A few examples are listed below at the very bottom, and there are many, many more! Just go to our eBay Store for a complete view.
There are items that we feel will do well on Craigslist, and we always place a listing on Craigslist for our sales. We place the items for our clients, and handle all inquiries as needed.
Here are links to some items we currently are featuring on Craigslist:
Next Chapter has formed a partnership with this national online auction service to sell larger items that have significant value and would do well with a national audience. Next Chapter coordinates delivering the goods to the EBTH warehouse, and EBTH handles the rest. Of course, the client receives proceeds from the sale based on the originally agreed upon commission structure.
Next Chapter offers pieces from the personal collection of South Carolina artist Michael Story. Take a look.