Garage Sales, Yard Sales, Estate Sales

Weekly Garage Sale Tip - November 24th, 2009

When hosting your Garage Sales, you aren’t going to be able to remove everything from your garage that you aren’t wanting to sell. Especially if you have a lot of things you don’t want to move or sell, be sure to cover them in some way. You’ll also want to secure the cover you decide to use. That way if customers are digging around while you aren’t looking, prying hands won’t get underneath to take items or try and purchase items you aren’t selling.

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Weekly Garage Sale Tip - November 3rd, 2009

Have you ever had someone come up to you at one of your garage sales and tell you they want to buy something but they don’t have enough money to pay for it? If they ask you to hold an item for them, make sure they will return by taking some sort of a deposit. If they don’t have any cash, ask them to write out a check for half the price of the item the want to purchase and you can give the check back to them when they return. If they do have cash, request a cash deposit to hold the item. This will help to ensure you aren’t holding an item for someone who won’t return, and in turn you won’t lose out on any other potential customers who could have purchased the item.

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