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November 08, 2012 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-08

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Andy inspects and

evaluates a fine

watch to be offered

for sale.

Goes

Everything Goes Estate Liquidations Inc. is not only the largest
estate sale liquidations company in the area — it's the most experienced.

Photos by Jerry Zolynsky

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state liquidation is a tough task.
This, Andy and Linda Adelson
know.
Built on a foundation of satisfied
clients leading to innumerable referrals,
Everything Goes not only is an enduring
business, but also lays claim to being
the biggest and best for arranging estate
sales.
"Typically, if there is a high-profile
estate sale in this area, Everything Goes
Estate Liquidations will be involved in it,"
said Andy.
Andy and Linda are a seasoned team

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Floor Space Magazine • November 2012

of professionals who know the nuances
of high-end estimates. They discern the
differences between Prada and Versace
and sell it for you with grace and style.
Quality can often sell itself, but selling
it at the right price is another matter
entirely.
Andy and his team are considered the
premier estate sale company in Michi-
gan, and they have the thousands of
clients to prove it.
"One call to us, and we take over,"
said Linda. "We handle all aspects of
the sale — setting up, staging the home,

researching and pricing items, being
on premises to conduct the sale. Andy
continually tells clients, 'I'll take care of
it,' and then follows through for them—
morning, noon and night."
At Andy's first meeting with each
prospective client, he walks through
the home evaluating the contents to
determine the range of value that could
be realized from their sale.
"We recommend to the client what
should be done under their particular
circumstances," Andy said. "They move
out and leave everything behind that

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