Where to Sell Everything Online to Clean Out Your Home


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Starting a new year means clearing out the old. It’s a good idea to get items you don’t use out of the way because they will fill up valuable space in your home. Get ready to sell your stuff with these tips:


If you’re thinking about selling your electronics, consider Gazelle.com, buymytronics.com and nextworth.com. These sites are great because they’ll quote you a price for the item you wish to sell. You can always consider selling it back to the original retailer itself if you’re wary about third-party sellers. For instance, Apple has a great recycling program.

Receipts and Documents

Nip your pack rat tendencies in the bud and start sorting out documents to trash or stash. Throw away receipts for items that you aren’t planning on returning, and ones that you won’t need to use come tax time. If you’re wary of throwing away receipts, you can make a digital copy of them with a basic scanner, a pricey specialized receipt scanner ($174) or a smartphone app ($2).

Clothes and Accessories

Sell these goods at a consignment store, but make sure they are in good condition. Repair clothes before selling and make sure you wash them carefully. Find a thrift store at thethriftshopper.com. Other options include selling them to family and friends, online at sites like eBay, and at flea markets.

For more tips on where to sell your used belongs, head over to Savvy Sugar.

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    What says your experience about selling then buying is useful for home budget.


  • Happy Frog

     The best way to go is with a professional selling company. Someone who is new to selling online will have a field day trying to get everything up on ebay. A professional company knows market price, where best to sell your stuff, and if you have a ton of items, they can always organize an estate sale for you. And istuffsellers for example works off of a percentage bases so, its in there best interest to get the most for your items. And with peoples stressful and busy schedules these days, finding the time just never seems to come around. Trust me go with people who know what there doing. And that extra money they do get for your stuff usually takes take of there commission. Whether its selling unwanted stuff, selling gold, selling cars, selling collectibles, or just downsizing your place. Check it out. http://www.istuffsellers.com

  • ivg star

    you can sell your things here:


    also shipping worldwide available