We nailed down our house rental and were able to PIF(!!!) thanks to some hard work by Corey and the twins. Who knew that working a fireworks booth in Utah would come in so handy dandy?!
As for lil' ol' moi...
I'm still working the ebay and Craigslist angle.
I won't bore you will all the nitty gritty but will just show you some of this summer's resale highlights.
I bought this beautimous (is that even a word?) Diane Von Furstenberg silk dress for 6 bucks. New it was around $400 (rolls eyes and says "as if" under breath). I listed it for $29.99 and that is what it sold for.
It cost me 6 smackerals so when it sold for $33 , I was one happy camper.
This queen sized platform bed with queen futon mattress sold for $80. I paid $25 for it at GW and had multiple people wanting it.
I love it when it works out like that.
I picked it up off of CL for $25, brought it home, Joshua (age 12) tightened it up and I relisted it for $60.
After a freakin email stampede, a mere hour later it was already picked up.
I paid $4 for it and sold it at my Nana's garage sale for $15.
This vintage bankers chair was purchased for $3 and it took a reaaalllly long time before it finally sold for $20.
I would have thought that an old time, solid walnut bankers chair would have fetched more cash.
I bought it for $10 at GW and sold it via CL for $40.
It sold on CL for $25.
This set was $25 at GW and they sold for $85.
I know some people won't understand.
Some might turn up their noses at the notion of me reselling items.
Others might say that it is more trouble then it is worth.
I'm okay with that.