Sell Second Hand Furniture

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Mark Parry Business Owner

Sell Second Hand Furniture

We are first and foremost a clearance company, we are not a second hand furniture or antique dealer we do not just buy second hand furniture from a property, although we do take into consideration any item’s that may have a resale value and use them to cover some of the cost of a house clearance.

We are a business who specialise in property clearance, removal and recycling of all household contents, we feel if there is money to be made from the contents of a property then it should be you and your family who benefit, below are a few options for selling your second hand items.

Selling the items yourself will always get you more money than at auction or from us or a dealer, selling the items yourself this will result in more money to put towards the clearance of the rest of the property and in some cases even cover the full cost of a house clearance.

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Options For Selling Second Hand

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Sell On The Internet

If you think your item's have a resale value my advice would be to try and sell your item's privately, you could try e-bay or Gumtree, but I think the best market at the moment for the sale of second hand goods would be social media sites such as Facebook Marketplace and other local buy and sell internet sites.

Sell Second Hand Furniture At Boot Sales

Sell At Boot Sales

You could have a day out with the family at a local boot sale, give all your items a good clean and dust off and load them in your car, but make sure they are complete with no missing parts and have no damage, check that they are working properly and keep your prices realistic and you should have no problems selling them.

Sell Second Hand Furniture To A Dealer

Sell To A Dealer

Sell your items to a second hand dealer if you can find one, but please bare in mind a dealer will only give you about 20% - 30% of the items market value, because they have costs for the collection, resale and delivery and other overheads to take into account before they even start to make a profit on these items.