Managing the property of a missing loved one can often become a complex and difficult task. Formerly called the executor, the liquidator must take care of all movable and immovable property of the deceased.

The liquidator must

  • Make a complete inventory of possessions,
  • Evaluate each object,
  • Prepare the residence for sale,
  • Find a real estate broker to sell the house,
  • Share and sell property commonly referred to as liquidation of estate property, find experts for valuation, etc.


Evolia Transition can facilitate the management or planning of an estate in Quebec and considerably reduce the time you spend on it. Because a single call gives you access to twenty services and professionals from different backgrounds, you will save your time and energy and take the time to mourn.

  • Inventory of goods, evaluation and production of a detailed report meeting the standards of ISA (International Society of Appraisers)
  • Appraisal of works of art, jewelry and antiques.
  • Preparing the house for sale (home staging, decluttering)
  • Disposal and liquidation of goods: Sale, donation, recycling
  • Help for sorting and sharing to avoid conflict and facilitate decision-making
  • Packing and managing the moving of goods
  • References of real estate brokers, notaries and lawyers Complete house cleaning
  • Rental of a storage space or container

For the sake of transparency in the sale of your goods, we act impartially, which means that we never buy the goods but try to sell them for you. This guarantees you a fair and honest opinion that meets strict standards.

Évolia Transition has more than 20 years of experience in the field of evaluation. To date, more than 55,000 objects of all kinds have been evaluated including more than 15,000 works of art.


You want to sell the complete contents of a residence or a condo? Benefit from our unique experience! We can take care of it and avoid many hours of work. Different packages for all budgets are available.
Our services included:
-Evaluation of property
-Preparation of the residence
-Marketing sales in different media and to our contact list
-Support on the day of the sale
-Cleaning and pickup of goods after the sale


The liquidation of a succession

You are a liquidator (executor) and you have accomplished the main tasks to be done to settle the estate of a loved one. Once the inventory is completed and deposited in the RDPRM, you must take care of the division of property between the heirs and the liquidation of movable property.

This step is often very important since if no provision has been made by the deceased, there may be family conflicts. In addition, liquidating property requires time and patience since you will have several tasks to complete and several calls to make.

Settling the assets of an estate requires, among other things, to call several charities to donate furniture, find a container, take care of the lease, prepare an auction or estate sale or find buyers for valuable goods (stove, couch, artwork, etc.), cleaning and more.


Donating, clean up and disposal of personal possessions

The property present in the residence can not be given or you do not have time to sell the furniture? Our team can help you quickly empty the complete contents of the residence. We can come with a truck or rent a container depending on the situation. The work can be done in just a few hours.


Do you know the real value of your property and furniture?

By knowing the market value of each object, they will be able to separate the goods equitably, reducing the risk of conflict and speeding up the process. In addition, by knowing the value of your wealth, you will be better able to make the right decisions for your retirement.

In order to be complete and to give you a better idea of ​​your situation, your assets balance sheet should include a complete and detailed inventory of all your assets as well as their market value. This review should be updated regularly.

It should be kept in a safe place with your will and your mandate in case of incapacity.


Do you plan to donate works of art or a historical object?

Our unique museum experience can help you find the best solution for you. In addition, we will be able to carry out the necessary written evaluation requested by Canadian Heritage.

Évolia Transition has more than 20 years of experience in asset valuation. To date, we have completed hundreds of inventories and more than 55,000 objects of all kinds have been evaluated.

Our evaluation reports comply with USAP standards (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice)