Thanks! estatesales.net can be really helpful for this. You can buy in as large or small a quantity that way. Additionally, writing to consignment stores in your area and asking if they would be interested in selling any items in bulk that haven't sold and the original donors/customers have surrendered, can be a wonderful way! Obviously, garage sales too.
That's great @Six on a Budget , and congratulations on your success. Thanks for pointing out the " ten years later ", because people must accept the fact that it takes time to build a Castle. What I have done to make money from home? Blogging with affiliate marketing is what fascinates me most. Along with publishing articles and eBooks. But must admit that SEO nearly got the better of me. Luckily there's nothing that research and persistence cannot remedy.
I have incorporated a "side hustle" mindset into my every day routine. If I am cleaning out my closet and ready to donate some clothes, I'll first take them to a consignment shop where I can get cash on the spot for them. If I a moving, I'll list my items on Facebook Marketplace before donating them or passing them along to a friend.
Can You Get Rich Selling Stuff Online? Selling things online – either items you no longer use or items you're trying to flip – is a great way to put some extra cash in your pocket. And with sites like Amazon, Ebay, Etsy, Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist, your selling options are many . So, have you made much money by selling your things online? Has it been a good source of extra income. What types of things are easiest to sell? Or is the process not worth your time and effort? Related...
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