How the consignment process works at Clearing House… When you consign furniture at Clearing House, you agree to allow Clearing House to sell your furniture for you. Once an items has sold, you will be paid 50% of the sales price. Your furniture will be placed for sale in our showroom for a period of 90 days. Our experienced staff will evaluate your furniture and give each item a price where it is expected to sell within the consignment period. Items that have not sold in 30 days will be marked down 15%. Items unsold after 60 days will be marked down an additional 15%. Clearing House is successful in selling over 95% of items consigned but in the event an item has not sold after 90 days, you will have 5 days to come retrieve it… See consignment agreement
Small items you can sell at Clearing House… Lamps, mirrors, framed art, clocks, vases, silk florals, sculptures, figurines, crystal, china, serving dishes, table ornaments…You can carry in small items Monday-Saturday 10:00-4:30 and Sunday 12:00-4:00. A consignment desk associate will assist you in determining if your items are marketable in the store. A sales price will be determined based on factors such as market demand, brand, quality, and condition of your items. You will receive a computer report listing your items and their selling prices. Your items will be tagged and displayed in the Clearing House showroom within 24 hours.
Large furniture items you can sell at Clearing House… tables, chairs, bookcases, curios, entertainment centers, wall units, sofas, loveseats, recliners, chaises, serving carts, bakers racks, desks, credenzas, buffets, hutches, beds, dressers, chests, armoires, area rugs, room dividers, grandfather clocks… Clearing House requires photos of large items before scheduling delivery to the store. Please use the Submit Items Form on this website or send an email to email@example.com. Once we have received your photos, we will contact you to discuss selling prices and to schedule your items to be delivered to the store.
Condition of items sold at Clearing House… Clearing House only accepts quality furniture that is in good physical condition. We do not accept upholstered furniture or rugs from homes with pets or smokers. We do not accept upholstered furniture with rips, odors, or stains. We do not accept furniture that is broken or missing parts. We do not accept furniture that is made with particle board.
Delivering large furniture to the store… Clearing House will schedule a date for you to deliver your large furniture items to the store. There is an employee available to assist to carry the furniture into the store on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00-3:30. If you would like to have your furniture picked up and delivered to the store, we will schedule a mover with whom we have established a working relationship. For as low as $65, Clearing House will arrange for a mover to pickup up to 4 large items and deliver them to the store, for most locations in the Jacksonville metropolitan area. Additional items are $10/item. Clearing House will be glad to pay the movers and deduct their fee from the payment we make to you.
Will Clearing House outright purchase my furniture?… Yes, at the discretion of the store, Clearing House can make you an offer to purchase your large furniture items. We can buy 1 item or an entire house full of furniture. When Clearing House purchases your items, we pay the moving fee. You will make about 15% more if you consign, but if you don’t want to wait for your items to sell and if you want to get paid immediately, selling you items to the store may be the best option for you.