Las Vegas-based entrepreneur and real estate agent Liz Thompson founded Personal Property Brokers, Inc., in 1985 after recognizing a need for a professional, well-connected estate liquidation company in the area. Since then, Ms. Thompson has owned and operated Personal Property Brokers while also working as a Realtor and Sales Office Manager at Desert Realty, which allows her to better meet the needs of customers of both companies. Today, her estate liquidation firm proudly serves the Las Vegas region, arranging well-organized sales and attracting a loyal group of buyers.


As owner of Personal Property Brokers, Ms. Thompson oversees all aspects of the business, including collaboration with estate trustees, heirs, beneficiaries, executors, administrators, and attorneys to achieve the highest returns on personal property. With appraisals, she relies on an extensive network of experts to identify current and fair values of collectibles, antiques, and unique vehicles. If these experts come across extremely rare and/or high-value property, Personal Property Brokers seeks out galleries and auction houses that serve the world’s leading collectors and that would be willing to consign the items for the estate. By doing this, the company ensures that the property generates the highest returns possible.


Ms. Thompson and her staff hold most of their estate sales on-site in and around the Las Vegas area. With nearly 2,000 regular customers on its mailing list, the company typically sells nearly every item offered in the estate sale. Any remaining items may be consigned to a future estate sale organized by the company, donated to charity, kept by the beneficiaries, or disposed of in another way. The firm bases all costs, fees, and commissions on the value of the estate and the estimated labor required to clear, sort, and arrange all property. Learn more about the company at



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