• Garage Sale Hosting Tips

    Ways to Tidy Your Lawn


    Making your lawn presentable for your shoppers -- who are essentially guests on your property -- is important, because your "store front" is going to help sell your items as much as the presentation of the items themselves. How do you normally keep your yard looking awesome? There are probably some ...
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    Learning to Price Vaguely


    If all of your items are sorted and you're getting ready to start putting prices on your secondhand merchandise, you may want to consider not placing exact prices on some or even all of what you plan to sell. Instead of placing a sticker that says "$1" on that shirt, why not put "around $1" or some ...
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    Selling Your Artwork at Your Garage Sale


    For an artist, getting exposure for your work can be the toughest part about making any money off what you love to do. Selling your artwork at your garage sale isn't going to be a "fast cash now" scheme by any means, but it will put your name and your style out there for people to peruse. Although m...
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    Getting Along at a Community Sale


    Everyone is starting to gather in the designated spot, lugging boxes and bags of meticulously priced items with them.  Suddenly, cat-fights began to erupt as people vie for the prime table space and argue over items they want for themselves.  Sadly, a community garage sale can turn into th...
  • Miscellaneous

    Finding the Values of Your Collectibles


    It's time to finally sell that card collection you've been holding on to for years.  You've taken the really valuable ones to a card shop, and you plan to sell the rest at your next garage sale.  But you don't want to undersell yourself -- you want to sell the cards for at least close to w...






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