Liquidation business fills all your selling needs

Irene Robertson has opened a liquidation company in Courtenay.

Comox Valley resident Irene Robertson has always had a flair for liquidating unwanted items. She has now turned that fair, and her business skills, into her own business launched in August.

When faced with liquidating one’s estate, emptying a storage locker or selling items no longer needed, do you know where to turn? What if there was a service that could come to you in your time of need and lend a helping hand, and in the process put a little extra money in your pocket?

Courtenay Estate Liquidators owner/operator Robertson took her passion of buying and selling through social media and has developed a network of highly reputable buyers and sellers able to do just that.

Her company is rapidly establishing a professional business linked with others in the Comox Valley, such as Delaney Relocation & Home Support Services that recognizes the need for this type of service.

“I’ve lived in the Comox Valley with my husband, also a business owner for the past 17 years,” said Robertson. “I have the knowledge, experience and the skills required to liquidate assets for those that live here or for those who cannot be here to liquidate an estate.”

Robertson will work with families and individuals until everything is sold, be it the entire contents of a home or single items.

Visit www.courtenayestateliquidators.com  for more information, or call (250) 336-2346 or (250) 650-5343.

 

 

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