Usually, yes! Some of the places we've held estate sales with these types of conditions are Sun City Roseville, Lincoln Hills, "The Club" at Del Webb Roseville, Rancho Murieta, Lake Wildwood, and Lake of the Pines. The first step is to contact your HOA to be sure estate sales are not prohibited.
Most homeowners' associations and retirement communities understand that estate sales can be a necessary step in emptying a home before it is put on the market, and they appreciate our professionalism in doing so.
If it is feasible for us to conduct your estate sale, we:
1. Introduce ourselves to your HOA, supply our business permits and copy of Liability Insurance. Nunneley Estates & Appraisals takes pride in being "good neighbors" while we stage and hold your estate sale and we respect the community where your sale will be held.
2. Learn of any community regulations surrounding estate liquidation. There may be rules about signage leading to the estate sale, or the actual dates of sale. There may be a limit to the number of customers allowed through the community gate at one time - we know how to manage this.
3. Set dates for your sale to happen, and begin the process to maximize proceeds from your estate sale!
If you're ready to see if we can hold your estate sale, give us a call at (916) 833-4678. We're happy to meet with you and start planning today!
Part in a series of Frequently Asked Questions (Estate Sales)