Estate Sales Have Found A Profitable, Second Life Online
Everything But The House's online auction business is thriving, with no help from Amazon, eBay or Etsy
Are you an interior design junkie with a passion for antiques that is willing to scour Brooklyn Flea looking for that incredible piece you saw on Domino only to turn to Krrb in hopes of getting something similar once your in-person search yields no results? Were you one of the ones that cried and died a little bit when Move Loot closed? Well, there is new hope for us wishing to find upscale, intact statement pieces for our home. Enter Everything But the House (EBTH), the web’s latest destination for all things vintage, estate and antique who most recently expanded to 27 U.S. markets courtesy of the $41.5 million in venture capital they most recently raised.
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