My Name is Jamie and Make a Full-Time Income Going to Garage Sales and Reselling My Finds!
I wasn't always as successful as I am right now, but I learned a few things that have helped me along the way...
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On April 22nd, GarageSaleCoach.com will be transitioning into a Members Only Website.
I want to make the content and training on this site the best it can be and I want to do everything I can to make my members successful. In order to do that, I will be changing the model of this site and providing all content for a low monthly fee.
I’ve always had my ebook for sale and had members only training, but I’ve found myself neglecting this site and it’s readers due to the fact most people never become members and I have to neglect my reselling, which is where I make my money and is a better use of my limited time.
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There is plenty of free information out there, but I have not seen the quality of the training and information I provide and I don’t feel that others can compare to the results I have accomplished and that my members experience.
As always, I appreciate you and I hope you become a member! See you on the other side.
It’s my favorite time of year to go to Garage Sales… Community Garage Sale Season!
I actually went out on Friday morning this week because there were a couple smaller community sales making it worth my time. I probably made around $500 on Friday, but Saturdays are always the best days for a Community Garage Sale.
There was about 5 good community sales that I could choose from, including my own neighborhood, but I chose to go to a sale that always has over 100 sales and I always do well at. Picking the right sales to go to can leave you very torn and cause you to second guess your decisions depending on how well you do.
I learned my lesson last month when I chose to go to a smaller community sale because I thought I would have less competition, only to find out that it had very little participation and I ended up having to go to the large community sale around 9:00am.
I have started creating my full garage sale finds blog posts for my members area, but you will still be able to see my top 3-5 finds for free.
Here are my top 7 finds from this weekend… Over $750 Profit
Here are some of my best finds of 2014 23 Finds for over $4800 Profit
Here are a few items I have handpicked to share that I found last year. The profits range from $100-$638.55!
15 New Blackberry Cell Phones + 15 Otterboxes – Paid $110 – Sold for over $650
22 New Irwin Unibit Drill Bits – Paid $100 – Sold on Amazon for $455
Bose 601 Series III Stereo Speakers – Paid $80 – Sold for $550 locally
B&K Components PT-3 Tuner – Paid $5 – Sold on Ebay for $150
Resmed S9 and H5i CPAP Machine with extra masks – Paid $20 – Sold on Machine on Craigslist for $200 and 4 Masks for $120 on Amazon – $320 Total
Cooper Aspire Home Lighting Control System with Remote – Paid $100 – Sold in Parts on Ebay for $460
Petsafe Instant Fence Containment System with 2 Collars – Paid $35 – Sold in parts on Ebay for $250
(2) Petsafe Cats or Small Dogs Collars – Paid $5 – Sold for $110 ($55 each)
6 Kotobukiya Statue Figures – Paid $5 each – Sold indivdually on Ebay for $668.55
Catwoman Sold Alone for $255
Supergirl Sold Alone for $132.50
Limited Edition Disney Haunted Mansion Stretching Room – Paid $50 – Sold on Ebay $312
Echo Backpack Blower – Paid $10 – Sold for $125
SE Racing Ripper Jr BMX Bike – Paid $20 – Sold on Craigslist for $120
Cricut Expression Electronic Cutting Machine with Cartridges – Paid $35 – Sold on Amazon Separately for $200
Cricut Gypsy Handheld Design Studio – Paid $40 – Sold on Amazon for $200
Various New and Used Dungeons and Dragons and Other Role Playing Guides – Paid $30 – Sold on Amazon for around $300
22 Paperback Comic Books – Paid $50 (asking $3 each) – Sold on Amazon for $339
Various Gameboys with Games with 7 Pokemon Games – Paid $10 – Value around $200
Huge Lot of Thomas the Train Trains – Paid $35 – Sold for $165+
Bin of Legos Including Star Wars Sets – Paid $20 – Sold on Ebay for $224
Huge Littlest Pet Shop Lot – Paid $17 – Sold some figures individually and the rest in a lot for over $200
Various Mickey Ear Hat Ornaments – Paid $15 each – Sold all for $170+
Maleficent Limited Edition Ear Hat Ornament – Sold on Ebay for $120
Korg C-35 Concert Piano w/ Bench – Paid $75 – Sold on Craigslist for $240
Williams Allegro 88-Key Keyboard Piano – Paid $20 – Sold for $225
These are just a few of my higher profit items found in 2015.
I have 100’s of other items that I made between $20-$100 each. I will try to make another post with some more good finds from last year in the coming weeks.
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