How to Cleverly Buy or Sell a Used Car Saving You Money!
Written from an insider in the industry for 25 yrs. Telling all the insider secrets on car dealers and sales people. Also to arm you with the info. to save you from scams & make you alot more money from selling a car and save alot more from buying a car How to Cleverly Buy or Sell a Used Car Saving You Money!
Like many people I’ve seen some of the new phones out on the market and really want a new phone. Unfortunately I haven’t got the funds and my contract doesn’t end for another ten months. When sitting in front of the TV last night I tried to rack my brains in regards to what I could do to get extra funds. I’ve written the following article to help inform you in case you may benefit from this knowledge, I hope my article helps.I’ve thought of the following ways in which I might be able to save up for a new phone-* There are plenty of things in my house which I do not use so I decided to sell them to get money for my new phone. Not only do I get a new phone but I have a clear out at the same time. I would recommend selling your stuff in the following ways-1. Car Boot Sale- It’s easy and fun and you can meet new people2. Jumble sale at home- you don’t even need to leave the house, inform neighbours of your jumble sale and see them run in to get a bargain. You can catch up with the neighbours at the same time as well.3. Online Auctions- although it can take time to get your objects online you can get more money for it as people often get into a bidding frenzy and pay more money4. Classifieds- It’s simple and easy, advertise in your local paper an often it’s free.* Recycle your old mobile phone. If you’re getting a new one you don’t need you old one. I’ve been looking on comparison sites which I’d definitely recommend to anyone else. You can search for the best possible price so you don’t make do with the first price which is given to you. sell mobile for cash today!
Are you aware of all the money being made on eBay and other sites selling antiques and collectibles?
You can’t help but notice. And maybe you were a little envious or frustrated because they knew something you didn’t?
Well I’m here to tell you that these people were not born with any special intrinsically knowledge of the antique and collectible trade. It’s learned behaviour as they say. Go ask any person in the antique and collectible business if they have ever been burned bu
Question by JEREMY C: Where can I go to sell my stuff like a group yard sale (in LA)?
I live in Hollywood. Is there anywhere to go where I can sell my stuff out of the car. In the UK each weekend they have these big “car boot (trunk) sales” at schools, parks etc. I’d rather just turn up somewhere where’s there’s guaranteed buyers roaming around.
Answer by Michael H I would Google “flea market.” Many times, such buyers show up at such events. Although I am not from the UK, I am not sure what your lingo is for “flea market” but the rough equivalent is usually an “outdoor” gathering of vendors. Rummage sales, Garage sales may also work as well as moving sales.
Bessemer road car boot sale operates all year round whatever the
Saturdays from 9.30am and Sundays from 8.00am. Some undercover space if
wet, on first come first serve basis. Great atmosphere.
Bridgend Car Boot Sale
Multi Storey Car Park, Brackla Street, Bridgend, Glamorgan, CF31 1BZ