Yard sales are the best solution to de-cluttering your home. You never know you have many unnecessary appliances until it is time to move houses. The best part is that there is always a ready market for yard products because there will always be someone who needs something that you are selling. Additionally, people prefer to buy used home appliances instead of new ones because of the steep prices of new branded products. However, putting up a mixed yard sale has a few caveats that you need to consider. The insights provided herein would be helpful in ensuring a successful yard sale.
Have Several Power Sources -- No one wants to buy a home appliance that does not work once plugged. Therefore, do not display such products on your yard sale without providing a means for customers to test their functionality. A power source is one of the first things you should secure as you plan for your home appliance yard sale. Once you have made these arrangements, make sure that there are several extension cords at different points. Doing so will help you eliminate queues since clients would not have to wait in line for their turn to test an appliance.
Replace Worn Cords and Plugs -- With time, home appliances wear out especially electric cords and plugs. While a device might look as good a new, a worn out cable or rusty plug will lower the value of that particular product. Therefore, before you take out any appliance to the front yard, first establish the condition of the plugs and power cords. If there are any signs of wear, replace them with new ones. On the face of it, you might ask yourself why you are spending money on something you want to dispose. The reason is that old cords and plugs will knock off a few dollars from the actual resale value of the product.
Arrange in Groups -- Most home appliance yard sales fail to remember that potential clients are not looking to spend a lot of time searching for what they want among the rubble of products on display. Therefore, it is important to come up with a strategy that will ease the search process. One approach you could use is to group products according to their sizes. For example, large appliances can be clustered together. Grouping based on functionality is another preferred sorting option. You could have kitchen appliances on one end, living room devices on another, and bathroom appliances at a different point in your yard.