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FAQ’s2022-09-21T14:06:27-05:00

Firearms sold at estate firearm sale in TexasGeorgia Jobes Appraisal & Estate Sale Services strives to provide as much information as possible to our potential clients. To that end, we have provided some additional answers to questions that we regularly receive. Whether you’re in need of an appraisal or an estate sale, we always do our best to find a solution that is in everyone’s best interest. Please see the Estate Sales or Appraisals for more helpful information.

When do I receive the sale proceeds?2022-06-09T13:17:26-05:00

Within 10 days of the conclusion of all selling.  Please see Estate Sales for more helpful information.

What happens to the items that don’t sell?2022-06-09T13:16:45-05:00

We do everything we can to assist our clients with the disposition of unsold items. Our sales generally don’t have much left of any value at the conclusion of the sale. If several hundred people have had an opportunity to look over the items you have for sale and no one wants it, it may be best to donate those items.

What Are Our Qualifications?2022-06-09T13:13:51-05:00

As Accredited Members of the International Society of Appraisers, ISA AM, we adhere to ISA Code of Ethics and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) which is “authorized by Congress as the Source of Appraisal Standards and Appraiser Qualifications”. An appraiser is expected to perform valuation services competently and in a manner that is independent, impartial and objective. Please note that IRS regulations requires that an appraiser must have completed USPAP and remain current.

How much do we charge?2022-06-09T13:15:32-05:00

If that’s the first question you ask, we’re probably not the right fit for your needs. There are plenty of amateurs in this business who charge low commission rates. If you are looking for a professional company with years of experience and a proven track record, then we may be your solution. The result of using an inexperienced company could cost you thousands of dollars in lost sale proceeds. Beware of companies offering FREE haul-offs at the end of the selling process.

How many days will the actual public sale run?2022-06-09T13:16:08-05:00

Two to three days depending on the volume of merchandise for sale.

How long will the setup process take?2022-06-09T13:15:48-05:00

Typically, two to three weeks depending on the volume of merchandise and to allow for proper marketing of your sale.

Do I need an appraisal?2022-06-09T13:14:53-05:00

Whether or not you need an appraisal is really a matter of what you need the appraisal for. If you want to insure items of value that would not be covered under your homeowner’s policy, you may want to consider having those items appraised in the event of a loss. This may include furs, jewelry, art collections, and gun collections. Most people do not realize what is not covered in their homeowner’s insurance policy. Other reasons you may need an appraisal include damage or loss claims, estate planning, charitable donations, IRS functions and many others. If you are simply trying to find out if something you have has any value, you may not need a formal appraisal. The cost of the appraisal may outweigh the value of your item. We would recommend that you seek out an auction house in this case.

Please see the Appraisals for more information

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