Reap Your Share of Resale Riches! This is it--the bona fide insideras guide to cashing in on the huge boom in reselling new and used products for big bucks. At last, a soup-to-nuts primer on how to tap into the exploding market for new and qpreviously owneda merchandise flying off of websites such as eBay and elsewhere. This book has it all--the latest information on what to buy, where to buy, what to pay, and how to sell it for big profits, online and off. Get the complete lowdown from a true expert on how to launch into this exciting area, plus discover 202 products almost guaranteed to start your business off with a bang. Learn which products are proven sellers, how and where to buy them cheaply, and how to resell them for top dollar: * Tap into page after page of buying sources, including distributors and wholesalers, manufacturers, online and offline auctions, government surplus sources, estate sales and more! * Find out how and where to sell the goods for the most profit, including: eBay, internet malls, websites, e-storefronts, consignment outlets, and mail order, not to mention your own showroom and in-home parties, or at trade shows and seminars. * Learn how to negotiate like a pro for overstock and out-of-season and slightly damaged goods--buying on terms for no money down. * Learn how to qwork the rooma at auctions, estate sales, liquidations, and flea markets--bidding and buying for less. * Learn how to tap the vast and profitable world of imported goods, with full details on over seas sources and how to deal with them.Use many of the same price research techniquesaonline searches, classified advertisingand mystery shopping comparisonsato help ... There arealso online and published pricing guides availablefor more expensive products, including cars, boats, many typeof collectibles, ... have used price guides (suchas Kelley Blue Book, kbb.com) for decades tohelp establish abuying and selling price for trade-ins.
|Title||:||202 Things You Can Make and Sell for Big Profits|
|Publisher||:||Entrepreneur Press - 2005-10-01|