At estate sales, people find more than just “stuff”

Sign for a sale by estate liquidators Noah Harms and Richelle Lieberman, who run their company, Something to Sell About, out of a warehouse in Jack London Square.

Sign for a sale by estate liquidators Noah Harms and Richelle Lieberman, who run their company, Something to Sell About, out of a warehouse in Jack London Square.

Every weekend there’s a sign posted on some telephone pole for an estate sale.  Maybe you’re someone who follows the signs, but if you’re not, you might be surprised by what people can get out of these sales.

Listen to the audio piece to hear more about fans of Oakland’s estate sales and the people who make them happen.

3 Comments

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  3. I love estate sales! I am always surprised at what i can buy offered at low, low prices!

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