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antique and collectible community in the country. If I have to pull our
members across the finish line, that will be what I will do, so hang
club began. To make it so our members can't wait to list their
treasures on our site, I am going to give each person who signs up for a
package of 10 credits (or $10)
another $25 worth of credits free. These credits don't expire and they can
be used whenever the member wishes. One credit entitles the member to
one listing for 30 days and there is no final value fee. You keep the
total amount of the item you sell, less $1. You can also list your items
on any other site, as long as if it sells somewhere else, you cancel
your listing on our site.
treasures for resale. I can hear you asking “How can that be?” Here is
your answer. Each of us has our own group of customers, but I often
don't have anyone in mind when I purchase what I think is a bargain. I
list it in the classifieds at what I want so it will compound my money.
You, on the other hand, may have a customer looking for exactly what
I'm selling. This is where we work together. You buy it and your
customer is more than glad to pay your price, which meets your goal of
compounding. I went to a flea market once and before daylight I saw a
gentleman crawl into the back of a truck and purchase a hall tree.
Before long, I saw that hall tree in another booth and asked if it was
the same one that I had seen earlier and it was. Before I left the
market, I spotted the same piece in the third location and yes, it had
been sold twice and now was up for sale again. You had better believe
that each time it changed hands there was profit made.
really don't care what the next buyer gets for my item. In fact, if I
don't have a retail buyer for my items, I am more than willing to sell
to another dealer, as long as I have made my profit. When dealers buy
from you and make money, guess what? They come back looking for more.
There are many times when I buy an item for a special person and then I
may make 10 times the price I paid, but if I can't sell it quickly the
dealers are my second best option.
a broad base where you are always wheeling and dealing. I call this
filling your pipeline. I often go to a garage or house sale and end up
selling items to people that I meet there because I know what they’re
looking for. My store is always open no matter where I am. I was once
bowling on a league and started talking to a bowler on the other team. I
found out he was a collector and I had something he should buy. The
deal was completed and he immediately went up and got a strike, so I
didn't try to sell him anything else until the match was over.
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