The Best Places To Sell Your Things
If you have decided to get rid of some of your things, then why not sell them and make some cash? It is easier than you think and you are bound to find a few items that are worth far more than you had first thought.
When it comes to selling your things online, the first place that will come into most people’s mind will be Craigslist. This site is huge and extremely popular. You can easily list anything you own from a book to your old TV and have full control over the price, delivery and additional details about the item. While Craigslist don’t take a cut, if you take a payment through PayPal, then they do. However, this is a relatively small amount and well worth it for easy money management as well as making refunds and transferring to cash to your bank account. Craigslist is available around the world and allows for you to sell a massive variety of items. You can also use it to look for work, find information about event and a myriad of other things.
Brick and Mortar Stores
Depending on what you are trying to sell a brick and mortar store might be the best option. There are places that will buy gold and jewelry, or there are pawn shops that will buy basically anything. If you are trying to sell your home, then visiting a realtor is the best choice. However, if you want to sell your home fast, then there are options and sites you can visit to learn more about selling your house regardless of its condition. With the internet, it is easy to forget that real shops will often buy things off you as well, so it is worth putting your items into piles depending on where you intend to sell them.
Facebook selling groups have grown a lot in the past few years. There are Facebook selling groups for a specific area or town, and then there are ones for specific types of products such as video games or baby clothes. If you have something to sell, then joining these groups and listing your items here is a good choice. Facebook doesn’t have any fees in place, and if you have the buyer pay in person, then you don’t lose any money to PayPal either. However, not every item you sell will be large enough to pick up in person, so they will need to be posted, and this will mean taking a payment through PayPal. Facebook is a great alternative to auction sites but doesn’t provide the same security for buyers and sellers. There isn’t much you can do if something goes missing in the post (or a buyer has claimed that it has) or something like that. The fee you pay to auction sites covers buyers and sellers in useful ways that Facebook does not. Additionally, the most recent posts are often all the posts people can see so you will need to repost items regularly to make sure that people get to see them.