Sometimes the piano that you love just doesn’t fit into your lifestyle anymore and you need to sell. It may sound simple, but there are a few things to consider before you place it for sale on your own.

  • Are you prepared to answer questions about the structural condition of the piano?
  • Can you accept alternate forms of payment like credit cards or financing?
  • Are you prepared to have the piano delivered to it’s new location?
  • Will you warranty the condition of your piano and are you prepared to deal with issues that arise after the sale?
  • Are you willing to let people you don’t know come into your home and are you ready to take time out of your personal schedule to meet perspective buyers?

If not, there are other options you may want to consider to sell your piano:

Consignment: You may want to place your piano for sale with a reputable piano store. Piano Kraft can pick your piano up and bring it directly to our store, and once our technician has evaluated it, it would be placed on our showroom for sale. Our trained staff can help you select a sales price based on the current market in the area. Placing your piano on consignment with Piano Kraft will take the hassles and worry out of dealing directly with buyers, arranging for delivery and having to work with after the sale problems that may arise.

Sell: You may be available to sell your piano directly to Piano Kraft at a reduced rate. You are paid for your piano at the time we pick it up and you are done! It’s really that simple.

If you would like to consider either of the options, all you have to do is:

  • Take pictures of the front and inside of your piano.
  • Locate the model and serial number of your piano (usually on the inside case or behind the music rack) and the brand (usually on the fallboard).
  • Email this information to Richard@PianoKraft.com along with your name and phone number.

We will call you with the information you need to make the best decision on selling your piano as quickly as possible.

#