Story excerpt provided by Forbes.
Written by Alexander Taub.
As much as we love our childhood home we don’t necessarily want all the items that have accumulated in it over the years. And with Boomers getting ready to transfer an estimated $30 trillion dollars in collected wealth to their Gen X and millennial offspring, finding buyers and sellers is an increasingly complex problem.
That’s the opportunity that Cincinnati-based Everything But The House (known as EBTH by the site’s fans) is seizing. They’re betting that they can find buyers for not just some, but all of the contents of your home. They do that by addressing a major knowledge gap that hinders your typical neighborhood yard-sale: Not only did Dad way over-pay for that custom Knicks jersey or T-Bird, but it turns out the most valuable thing in your home is actually an antique doll in your attic that you and your siblings never knew existed in the first place.
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Originally published March 15, 2017.