ESTATE SALE COMPANY
Learn to become an estate sale agent and start your own successful estate liquidation business with Donna's two-part online course.
Donna is a trusted expert in the estate sale industry. See her interviewed with 11Live's Rebecca Lindstrom.
Ask about our
When legendary NFL head coach Jerry Glanville decided to downsize and simplify, that meant selling a lot of the memorabilia he'd collected during over forty years of coaching. How did he do it? He called Certified Estate Sale Agent Donna Davis and her team. Why did he call Donna? Because she and her team have the reputation for being the best.
Watch Jerry share his memories and chat with customers during his Living Estate Sale.
"You can't keep carrying all your memories with you."
- Jerry Glanville
What makes our team your best choice? Extensive training and 26 years of experience in the Atlanta resale market.
Donna is the founder and lead instructor of the National Association of Estate Liqudators and a member of the International Society of Appraisers. No one is more qualified to liquidate your property at the best possible price.
We can help you sell just about anything, including home furnishings, antiques, fine jewelry, collectibles, art, vehicles, and even the home itself. We've also sold antique cars, farm tractors, and handled full-store liquidations.
We can provide you with these services:
Sort, price, and prepare all items
Advertise your sale on all major internet sites.
Broadcast email to our extensive contact list
Handle all transactions and assist buyers during the sale
Disposition of unsold items and clean-out services
We specialize in Senior Sales, Downsizing,
and Estate Sales
We've helped the estates of a wide variety of clients, including high-profile items such as the Last Empress of China's jewelry and the estate of a Country Music Hall of Famer. We even handled a liquidation sale for Emory University.
But some of our most satisfying sales have been for everyday people who needed to sell their ordinary household items and "Aunt Betty's favorite chair."