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Heritage Hall Nursing & Rehab

122 Morven Park Rd NW
Leesburg, VA 20176703-777-8700

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Meadow Glen of Leesburg

315 Dry Mill Rd SW
Leesburg, VA 20175703-737-6149

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Morningside House of Leesburg

316 Harrison St SE
Leesburg, VA 20175888-547-4605

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Loudoun Nursing & Rehab Center

235 Old Waterford Rd NW
Leesburg, VA 20176703-771-2841

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Spring Arbor

237 Fairview St NW
Leesburg, VA 20176703-777-9300

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Marshall Group Home

606 Marshall Dr NE
Leesburg, VA 20176703-777-4594

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Sunrise of Leesburg

246 W Market St
Leesburg, VA 20176703-777-1971

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The best estate-sale outfits employ staffers with accurate appraisal skills and that will widely advertise your sale to bring in lots of buyers (remember, you get paid only for stuff that sells).

After you hire a liquidator, its staffers will come in and appraise, price, and arrange the house’s contents. Here’s what to expect from the experience, from contract to after-sale check.

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