The roots of Relocators can be traced back to the Great Depression, and owner Robert Esposito’s great grandmother’s business of owning and renting apartments, buildings and stores in Corona, a borough of Queens in New York City.
In later years when Esposito’s grandmother got ill, his mother moved her into the family home, then liquidated the home in Elmhurst. Countless weekends were spent Liquidating/recycling the contents of Her home and enlisting the help of family and friends.
Esposito’s mother began thinking that there must be a better and easier way to get the job done and re-cycle contents of a home. So in 2002, she put an ad in the local paper that read: “Feeling overwhelmed? Old stuff out brings the money in.” She quickly grew a following with her company, Sisters in Charge Tag Sale Professionals, and in a short time was hosting two or more estate / tag sales every weekend. A business was born.
By 2006, Esposito started to realize that his mother’s company – as well as the industry as a whole – was fragmented, and figured out a better way to operate “One Stop Home Transition Company “, there’d be no stopping him. In 2008, Esposito bought his first box truck and incorporated Relocators.
“I loved relieving people of a huge stress,” Esposito said. “I loved helping families during a difficult time, and I loved the idea that I could build this into something that no one else has – a business that will clean out your home, help you move, hold estates sales to recycle the things you no longer need and or find storage for the things you do.”
Together Relocators and Sisters in Charge are still Owned and Operated by Robert Esposito and his Mother Denise LoSquadro. A major goal of theirs is filling every gap their clients may have when transitioning out of a home. With that goal in mind and in keeping up with the times. This full service company is now offering online estate auctions.
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