Families that need to clear the clutter out of their homes or downsize call on a group of appraisers to help them cash in on a hidden treasures hiding in plain sight. After searching and clearing out a home from attic to basement, the appraisers discover what has the most potential value and load it up to auction off. In the end, the family discovers just how much their surprisingly valuable belongings sold for and start a new chapter of their lives with a clean slate -- and some cash.
After inheriting their late Aunt Angela's Connecticut home, twin sisters Val and Dina are overwhelmed by all of her possessions. They enlist the help of Everything But the House to try to make $10,000 from the sale of Angela's treasures to pay for a vacation in her honor. Working from the basement to the attic, the treasure hunters scour the home and discover potentially lucrative items, including a mink coat, a John Lennon bracelet and two Joan Miro lithographs that, if real, could fetch thousands of dollars and anchor the sale. The 455 items are authenticated before the auction, but it all comes down to the bidders. With every auction starting at just $1, Val and Dina cross their fingers, hoping to hit their sale goal of $10,000 and take the trip of a lifetime to honor their aunt.
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