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November 08, 2012 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-08

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Above: Andy and Linda proudly stand in an empty Birmingham home after an obviously

successful estate sale.

Left: Andy shaking hands and accepting payment from John Roselli of Bloomfield Hills for

they want us to sell. We pride ourselves
on staging the home to present it in the
best possible way."
Calling Andy and Linda a pinnacle of
professionalism in the rare air of high-
profile estate liquidations is an under-
Pre-sale preparation includes posting
photographs of sale items on
Estatesales.net, the industry website to
be viewed locally and nationally, bringing
in buyers from all over the country.
"An important part of our process is
taking care of our clients, making sure
they're not adversely affected and that
nothing is damaged," Andy said. "In most
cases, these homes are sold and belong
to new owners. We honor the home,
first and foremost."
Sales are held Friday through Sun-
day. A limited number of shoppers are
allowed to enter the home at any given
time. As items are sold, areas of the
home are closed off.
Everything Goes puts on a "thought-
ful, measured estate sale," said Andy,
noting that, "if priced accurately, there is
no need for 50 percent off the last day...
that's for amateurs."
Only Everything Goes has professional
movers for transporting furniture to the

purchaser's address. "We can deliver
that dining room set or grand piano to
a shopper's home within hours on the
same day," Andy said. This service makes
selling large items more likely, benefiting
clients and shoppers, and avoids possible
damage to the home.
On the Monday following a completed
sale, Everything Goes donates any
unsold items at their client's request,
provides proper documentation to
substantiate the donation and then
oversees the removal. The house is then
empty and clean and ready for the new

Andy taking a picture of items that will offered at

Says author Brian Shell, in a testimo-
nial to Everything Goes professionalism:
"As a neutral party for a high-profile
client I met a month ago, this past week-
end I was witness to Andy's staff playing
at the top of their game in the posh
neighborhood of Bloomfield Hills.
"Honestly, I was awed ... and im-
pressed. It was an honor and a privilege
to watch them work. Simply...magic.
Tough-as-nails negotiators, too! His
team had people lined up outside the
door and then coming back each day for
more," he wrote. "I give Andrew Adelson
and his team at Everything Goes my
highest recommendation."
Positive word of mouth is why Bruce
and Lori Abramson of Commerce Town-
ship hired Everything Goes to do a sum-
mertime estate sale. Team Adelson gets
their vote.
"They were passionate about what
they were doing, very thorough, and we
appreciated their kindness helping us
through the process." Bruce said. "We'd
hire them again."
Dignity. Honor. Class.
Everything Goes is your tip-top estate
sale pros.

the auction.

November 2012 • Floor Space Magazine


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