We even recycled the electronics and re-assimilated certain bulky items back into our home (like my kitty’s “condo” which I’ve needed to repair for the longest time). He’s thrilled that it’s back in operation!
My last tips involve making life easy for yourself the day of the sale! The first tip: to keep track of the time. The time really does fly and it’s good to know when the sale is winding down so you can start reducing prices on items if need be.
We are always on the hunt for ways in which we can extend the living area of our home and turn unused spaces into efficient and multitasking areas. With the home office increasingly becoming a must in residences across the globe the space for a dedicated home work area is one that many are left searching for.
If you want to sell valuables try using eBay or a consignment shop. A garage sale is not the place to convince shoppers that your 1920s lamp is worth over $100.
Consider so they’re easy to label (and easy to see). Plus if they’re concealed in baggies they won’t be likely to wander off.
Beautiful interiors with separate ramps for both entering and leaving mean there is little room for getting lost. The transparent nature of the building ensures that you never feel claustrophobic; like in the case of many other old parking lots. Beautiful and brilliant!