Whenever you start to buy vintage and collectible items at sales and antique malls, you will eventually come to the point where you will want to sell some of it off. One of the ways that you can sell some of your items off is with an estate sale. What are some things to remember when you hold one yourself?
Make sure that you have good traffic flow. You will want the buyers that come out to look at their own pace, so keep items for sale to both the perimeter and the center of each room. This way there will be enough room for a couple of people to stand and look at the items without holding up the rest of the shoppers.
Enlist some help. Have several people at the sale so that they can help with everything from being the cashier to help load the heavy items. I have seen people bring in some food for the people running the sale to go along with paying them a portion of the sales for them helping out.
Have a plan for the items that did not sell. This could be donating the items to a local charity or secondhand store that takes donations. Another thing that you could do is to set them off to the side and you can have items ready in case you have another sale down the road.
This is only a few of the tips for when you have your own estate sale. What are some others that you have heard of?