Fb liquidating estate inc
In recent years has expanded to sell new merchandise.
From 2004 to 2011 the company offered online auctions but the practice was ultimately retired.
Sometimes, if you’re a lucky journalist, something you write strikes a chord.
I’m grateful to say that just happened with my Next Avenue blog post, “Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff,” about challenges boomers and Gen X’ers are facing finding homes for their late parents’ heirlooms (as I experienced after my father died last fall).
Julie Cranford: That’s why my mother’s beautiful and very valuable antique furniture is still in storage.Dan Loeb, founder and chief executive of hedge fund Third Point, has liquidated his stake in Snap Inc.as of June 30, according to filings released Friday.The Facebook comments mostly fell into one of five camps: “I so relate,” “This is so sad and difficult,” “I feel guilty about what I had to do,” “I won’t let this happen to my kids” and “You’re wrong!
People want these possessions.” A few plaintively seemed to ask if anyone wanted the particular items they needed to unload.
For instance, Nina Mizrahi posted: Does anyone know of folks who collect old crystal set “radios? Colleen Ferguson queried: Anyone want a 1980s soft-sided waterbed?