If you are at EstateSaleAdvertising.com, you are most likely getting ready to hold an estate sale of your own and looking for the right places/ways to advertise. EstateSaleAdvertising.com has accumulated a list of advertising resources to make your job easy!
1. Signs: Signs serve multiple functions on sale day. They will help buyers coming from out of the area find you, and they also alert neighbors that you are holding a sale. Whether you make your own signs with poster board and markers or you buy pre-made signs online, they are NECESSARY. Make sure to get permission before posting a sign on somebody else’s property, and be sure to remove the signs promptly when the sale is over.
2. Craigslist.com: Love it or hate it, Craigslist is very important for estate sale advertising. It is free and will drive buyers, especially in larger cities. To post your listing on Craigslist:
- Go to Craigslist.com and find your city.
- Click on the garage sale category under the “for sale”heading
- Click post in the upper right corner
- Select garage and moving sales
- Fill out the form and hit submit!
3. Internet websites specializing in estate sales:
- EstateSale.com : EstateSale.com is a website designed for professional estate sale companies. EstateSale.com is used by over 3000 professional companies. Individuals are allowed to post listings for $30.00 Post your listing at EstateSale.com
- EstateSales.org: EstateSales.org allows the posting of a single listing for $29.99 Post your listing on EstateSales.org
- EstateSales.net: EstateSales.net allows the posting of a single listing for $49.95 Post your listing on EstateSales.net
I get emails from site users asking me WHICH of these websites they should use. My answer is ALL of them if your budget allows it. All 3 of these sites have dedicated estate sale buyers that are looking for just estate sales.