Are your clients done enjoying their home, farm, commercial real estate or other personal property? As an advisor, you often know when a client is ready to sell their business or wants to downsize to a smaller home. Or perhaps they have a collection of classic cars that needs liquidated to earn money for a new hobby.
At KIKO, we advise clients how to move through their personal buying and selling journey. This is our view of the “economic engine” – a cycle that most people live on. In the economic engine, we earn money to buy things we enjoy, such as a house, hunting land, collector cars, or even sports memorabilia.
At the end of the enjoy phase, we start to think about selling some assets so that we can earn more cash to buy new property. A business owner might liquidate unused inventory in order to purchase new equipment or a couple might sell their home to retire to warmer weather, for example.
At each of these stages, clients need advice on how to navigate their unique buying and selling journey. That’s where KIKO can help.
We partner with estate attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, and other professionals to navigate the economic engine – and to offer solutions to help your clients reach their goals.
KIKO was founded in 1945 by Russ Kiko Sr. Now in our fifth generation, we continue to leverage a strong family culture built on integrity, collaboration and caring to give clients options when selling their real estate and personal property.
Our main area of expertise is selling homes on 5+ acres of land. We sell real estate at absolute auctions and traditional for sale listings. Our experts explain how each method works, and clients decide the path best suited for them.
In 2022, KIKO sold $230 million in real estate and $27 million in personal property (such as vehicles, farm equipment, firearms, fine antiques, and coins).
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