For most, hosting an estate or moving sale during Colorado’s cold winter season may seem like a mistake, but there’s more to this chilly season that just the cold and the snow. It may seem more intuitive to host estate sales in the summer, but before you decide to wait for the warmer months, consider the following reasons why you should host your estate sale during the winter

clock-in-snowWhy Host a Winter Estate Sale?

To Avoid Delay

If your estate sale will be the result of a death in your family or another life changing experience, the last thing you need is more stress with more responsibilities hanging over your head. If you lose a loved one during the wintertime, get a divorce, or experience other life-altering circumstances, don’t delay your estate sale just because there’s some snow on the ground.

To Draw Holiday Shoppers

With the winter season comes the winter holidays, and some shoppers prefer to gift shop outside the usual haunts. Savvy holiday shoppers have discovered that you can find excellent one-of-a-kind gifts at estate sales. Take advantage with a winter estate or moving sale of your own.

To Take Advantage of Less Competition

Other types of homeware sales compete with estate sales during the warmer months. Garage and yard sales often offer shoppers similar selections at lower prices, creating more opportunities for them. In contrast, your winter estate sale may be the first neighborhood sale in months, drawing more shoppers than you may have during the summer.

Trust the experts at Colorado Country Estate Sales to plan and host your Denver estate sale during the winter months to take advantage of less competition and the many holiday shoppers looking for unique gift ideas. You can get in touch with us by calling or by contacting us online.