In the article 49 ways to sell your old stuff for the most money, author Charis Brown writes:
“There’s no doubt about it, Americans have too much stuff.
Several years ago the Wall Street Journal reported that Americans spend $1.2 trillion annually on goods and services they don’t actually need. And according to the Orlando Sentinel, nearly one out of 10 American households rents a storage facility, costing anywhere from $125 a month to $165 a month. Of those who rent, 65% have a garage, 47% have an attic and 33% have a basement. Clearly, we have too much stuff!
If you have old items just collecting dust, why not turn them into some extra cash? Here are 40 ways you can sell old stuff for top dollar — including anything from furniture, to clothes, to accessories, to used electronics.”
Read the 40 ways at 49 Ways to Sell Your Old Stuff for the Most Money.
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