06 June . 2016
Throw A Virtual Yard Sale! Our Top 5 Sites
You know what they say…”one man’s treasure is another one’s, well, old tennis racket.” And when better to avail oneself of their less-than-loved treasures than a big move. Luckily, there's a huge market for second-hand items online. From iPhones to espadrilles, there's an digital marketplace ideal for all your gently-used stuff. Here's a few of our favorite.
For all your luxury clothing items, Poshmark is the solution. There's a huge market for purchasing previously owned designer goods, and this is the perfect place to sell those gorgeous cocktail dresses, timeless handbags, and posh pumps.
There’s finally an elegant platform for selling your expensive vintage and previously-loved furniture and decor. It’s beautifully designed and easy to navigate. Abstract oil paintings, Swedish armchairs, hand-painted French desks, and intricate Persian rugs are all sold at here.
The sky’s the limit here as almost anything and everything can be sold! The interface is gorgeous and offers a beautiful and bright display. Items are organized in categories for easy finding and quick sales. Saily makes it easy to sell whatever you’ve got. Old books and boots, baby clothes, printers, belts—you name it. Forget sales fees and store commissions. Just take a picture of your stuff, price, and list. It’s that easy!
Boxes allows you to organize your stuff, take pictures for insurance purposes, and to post for hassle free selling. The app allows you to select categories of interest, so your feed is full of items you’d actually buy. This little feature makes finding your dvds, purses, sneakers, and jewelry easy for that quick sale!
5. Shpock (http://en.shpock.com)
Shpock is a lot like Craigslist sans the well-known creepiness. It's designed to sell your stuff locally, taking the shipping and handling out of the equation. Those hard to ship items like bikes, couches, and tvs are great for Shpock. You can even sell your car here! Take some photos, list the features, and say so long to that '94 Nissan Sentra.
So, what are you waiting for? Get posting and make a little cash while you're at it.
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