This sold the same day... NO where would a person get a toddler bed of this quality, with the mattress and the bedding (sheets/blankets). I only paid $10 for it and I priced it at $50.00. Calls came in so very fast and it was gone within a couple hours. I should have at least listed it for $99 or even $75… I would have gotten it! But my goal was to quickly FREE up my cash so I could buy more stuff. As you’ll later learn, I started to specialize in antiques because I was able to get more money…
$10 is all it takes to get into this business when you know where to go get stuff like this at rock bottom prices
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This is a good website for examples and great info for would-be furniture flippers. Newbies, do not be afraid – see how it can be done – you gotta start somewhere and here is some inspiration!
I started out with less then $20.00 bucks (16) to be exact. I bought this old funky dresser/night stand painted it.(only cause i had a lot of time on my hands) at first I had trouble getting rid of it for a while but then again i really wasent trying to hustle this piece yet. Long story short i traded it for this recliner witch turned out to be Genuine Leather I could flip it for at least 90 or even 60 to move it fast but for now i am keeping it Thanks again
That is great news… Thanks for sharing Drew!
That’s why I love this business. You decide what you want to keep and when you get tired of it, you can sell it.
I enjoy everything I get and use it while I have it. My wife cries a lot when some of our stuff gets sold — she’s gotten herself attached. I have no feelings — I bought the stuff with the intentions to sell it.
One lady felt bad taking a set of chairs we had because of the way my wife was carrying on (crying).
When you say “carrying on” it reminds me of how we speak in the Caribbean. This is a great business idea. Why didn’t I think of it? Thanks 🙂