Serving Bethesda, Potomac, Chevy Chase, NW Washington DC, Georgetown and McLean, VA
For the health and safety of our customers, clients and staff, Bethesda Downsizing has suspended all in-home downsizing and estate sales at this time. However, we are “open” online!
"I recently hired the Bethesda Downsizing and Estate Sales team to manage a downsizing sale prior to moving from my home for a huge renovation project. This project had been on the calendar for sometime (pre-COVID). When it was time for the sale, they were not able to conduct an actual in-person sale due to social distancing and limitations of crowd size. The team working on my sale was led by Joanna, and they spent days researching, photographing, describing, and pricing the items. The entire sale was conducted on-line. The images of items to be sold were amazing and comprehensive, sales were handled electronically, and the company provided either curbside pickup or delivery service. Having witnessed the process, I was amazed at the HUGE amount of work involved (under the challenging environmental circumstances) to get everything up and running. The service provided was outstanding and the sale was very successful. Kudos to the team which I would recommend in a heartbeat. They have my highest recommendations, and I will certainly use them in the future at the time of a move or additional downsizing."
Frederick Ognibene, MD
Bethesda Downsizing and Estate Sales, LLC is a licensed and insured estate sale company based in Bethesda, MD that offers estate sale and downsizing services to anyone moving out of a home. Our experienced team does all the work for you - from cleaning out the attic and basement, setting up and handling all the details of your sale, and managing the post-sale process (donation and clean-out). Our team has over 30 years accumulated estate sale experience. Our job is to take the stress out of your move! Whether you are downsizing, transitioning into assisted living, putting your house on the market, or settling an estate, Bethesda Downsizing can help!