In my experience, most facilities give you 48 hours to have the unit cleared out and left in a “broom clean” condition (i.e. swept out). If you don’t get your stuff out, of if you choose to cherry pick a few items and leave the rest, then the facility can reclaim the locker and it would most likely be auctioned off again. You’d also most likely be banned from participating in future auctions held at that facility, or run by the auction house you dealt with.
I actually had my unit auctioned off and was completely unaware unit I called to inquire why my rent amount was lower than usual. The auction took place on January 16, 2018. I understand that the successful bidder and now owns the contents but I am interested in my personal items as I stored business records, my college diplomas, family photos etc. I contacted the manager and she said she left a message for the person that won the auction. Is it worth it for me the hire a PI to find the bidder? How likely is it that the still have my personal belongings, which are of absolutely no value to them.
Here’s an idea. Buy a unit for less than 400 bucks, look through the stuff, find out who owns it, call the owner and ask if they want their stuff back for what you bought it for plus 100. They have to have cash and be willing to have you unload it somewhere within the next 48 hours. Easy profit! Im guessing these people would owe a thousand for the storage, so to buy back their stuff for half that might be appealing? Thoughts?
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