How does the consignment process work?
If you have large items, we can frequently determine acceptability and selling price from pictures and in some cases, we can make a house call. Pictures can be emailed for evaluation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Smaller items can be brought to the store after an appointment is made via email or by phone. You will receive a written receipt with our consignment terms once an item is accepted for consignment.
What are the consignment terms?
– Minimum of a 120 Day Consignment Period.
– The Consignor receives 50% of the item’s sale price. Revival Home’s commission is 50% of the selling price.
– At 30 Days the price of the item will drop by 10% of the original sale price.
– At 60 Days the price will drop by 20% of the original sale price.At 90 days the price will drop by 30% of the original sale price.
– At 120 days the consignment period will expire. At that time, the consignor may take items back, donate them or send them to auction. It is the responsibility of the consignor to pick up unsold items if the consignor wants the items back. If an item is left in the store beyond the expiration day and sells, the money will go to Revival Home without notice.
– Commission Checks are available for the prior month’s sales on the 20th of each month.
– Our pricing formula consists of: condition of item, style, finish, color, manufacturer, original sale price and in some cases what the piece could be purchased new for in the current market. Any information and historical information that you have on the piece is also helpful.
We offer an economical pick-up service if you are unable to get the items to the store.
We look forward to hearing from you!