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Electronics to Sell at a Garage Sale

by Debra Engel 10/29/2018

Want to transform an ordinary garage sale into a successful one? Sell your electronics, and you can cut down on clutter, earn extra cash and speed up the home selling process.

If you plan to list your home in the near future, a garage sale offers a great opportunity to remove excess items from your house. Meanwhile, there are many electronics that you can sell to help stir up interest in your garage sale, and these include:

1. TV

You may be in no hurry to get rid of your big-screen TV. However, it is important to remember the time and energy it may take to move your TV from one home to another.

Ultimately, you may need to hire a moving company if you want to guarantee your TV can make it to a new address. And if you decide to move your TV on your own, you may struggle to do so due to its size and weight.

If you intend to sell your TV during your garage sale, you should learn as much as possible about this device. That way, you can establish a competitive price for your TV.

Also, if you have a TV remote or DVD player that complements your TV, you may want to consider selling these items at your garage sale.

2. Video Game Console

After spending many hours playing video games, now may prove to be the perfect time to sell your favorite video game console.

Many garage sale shoppers search far and wide for video game consoles, which means you may be able to generate plenty of interest in your video game system. In addition, if you own a "retro" video game console, you may be able to turn a significant profit from it.

If you sell a video game console during your yard sale, ensure the device works properly and includes all associated cables and wires. Furthermore, perform online research to understand the true value of your video game console to guarantee you can price it competitively.

3. Computer

An old computer may take up space in your house. Fortunately, a garage sale makes it simple to get rid of this device before you sell your residence.

When it comes to selling a computer, it is always better to err on the side of caution. Thus, you should clear your computer's hard drive to remove any sensitive information from the device altogether.

Moreover, if you own a printer, mouse or other items that complement your computer, it may be worthwhile to sell them as part of a package deal.

Selling your electronics at a garage sale may be one of the first steps to eliminate excess items from your residence prior to adding your home to the real estate market.

Lastly, if you need extra help with selling your home, you should collaborate with a real estate agent. By doing so, you can seamlessly navigate the home selling cycle and boost your chances of a profitable home sale.

About the Author
Author

Debra Engel

  

Through her commitment to excellence and personal service Debra has become a highly regarded Realtor with RE/MAX. Debra is familiar with the residential resale markets throughout her area. She has the knowledge, resources, and expertise to market your home effectively, and to help you choose the right neighborhood for you and your family.

Debra believes that real estate is much more than simply buying or selling a home. To her, a key element of real estate is developing relationships and building trust with her clients. When you meet Debra you will quickly realize you have gained a true friend! She knows how to listen and always puts the needs and wants of her clients first. Debra truly enjoys working with her clients and helping them through the process of buying or selling a home.

Whether your move is up sizing or downsizing or changing cities, Debra and her staff are dedicated to listening to your needs and to serving you with honesty, integrity, and professionalism. Perhaps it is this commitment to personal service that keeps her clients coming back time after time and recommending Debra to their friends and family. 

She has completed her SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist), CIAS (Certified Investor Agent Specialist), CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert) and SFR (Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource). 

Her latest accomplishment in 2018 is she joined the RE/MAX Hall of Fame of which she takes much pride in.