Monday, June 15, 2015
How To Make Money Off Of Antiques And Garage Sales
It always feels good when you are able to pick up an extra stream of income, and while many people tend to look for “conventional” ways to make money (which often leaves them wishing there were more available options as far as “conventional” ways go), you will probably have much better success looking for ways to make money through unconventional means. If you are starting to look for some unconventional means by which you can pull in some extra cash (or by which you can eventually even make a living!), one thing to consider is trying to make money through antiques and garage sales – but not through your own antiques and garage sales, either! A short walk through an antique store can leave you feeling like everything in the store is priced way too high – but the amazing thing is that a handful of the items in each of these stores (not all, but a handful!) are actually great deals compared to what the same items are fetching on such sites as eBay. In order to make money by selling antiques, you should go antique shopping and see what catches your eye; once you have priced a number of items you think might be worth reselling online, you can check on such sites as eBay to see what these items are selling for, and if they are selling for far more than the price at the antique store, you can purchase the item and resell it yourself! If selling items from the antique store can be likened to winning a small jackpot, buying and selling items from garage sales is like the meat and potatoes of income – you won’t make a ton at once, but you should always be able to get a steady influx of money. People who throw a garage sale are usually just moving or remodeling their house, and this means that they are less interested in making money than they are in getting rid of everything; because of this, you can often buy great items for anywhere from a quarter to a couple dollars, after you have stockpiled from garage sales, you can start listing these items online for whatever they will fetch – making several dollars of profit from every item!