Now that you have attended an auction, paid for everything and took all your purchases home, what are some things to consider?
After you figure out what you want to keep for yourself and what you want to sell, the first thing to do is to figure out where you are going to sell the item. It could be at a flea market, an antique booth or even online.
When you know you where you are going to sell the item, you need to get a little history about the item. Where it was made, who made it and even a good time frame when it was made will help any customer when they are interested in it.
Repairs may be inevitable before you sell the item, and you will have to take this into consideration when you go to price the item. The cost of any repairs that you may make will drive the price of the item up.
These are only a few of the things to consider after you attend an auction. What kinds of things do you run across after you attend an auction?