If you’re a home improvement contractor and you need to sell your furniture or appliances, a local furniture dealer will usually be able to provide you with an independent estimate for the estimated cost to sell your goods. This means you can simply provide them with a list of wood and appliances, and if they see something they like they can call you about buying it. They’ll ask for one of two things from you:
1. A guarantee that you’ll make the wood they’re listing for sale, with a guarantee to deliver if something is broken, missing or damaged, as indicated, or that they’ll buy it to ship a replacement, in the same condition as the original. This is a good way to see which wood companies you like the best.
2. A guarantee that you’ll be able to buy enough wood and appliances to make the whole of your collection sell for a reasonable amount of money, but that you’ll have to pay all the shipping and storage costs required (plus the additional costs of shipping and receiving).
As a home improvement contractor in New York City, I’m often involved with wood work projects at my clients’ homes. When I have contractors looking at wood pieces, I’ll usually say, “I can build something that sells for this price, with this amount of wood. If you want me to build a second floor in a home for only $30, could you please do this?”
If the homeowner declines to offer any additional compensation with their money, I’ll simply say, “Then, your wood has no value, so you can’t sell it for profit.”
How do you know what you want to sell?
It’s important to know for sure how much value you want. In most situations, if you like the wood and you could sell it, it can sell easily. The important question if you’re interested in selling it is, “Is this an original, and can I sell it for under $100?” The answer has to be no (at least, not without major damage or other obvious problems) or it won’t sell. That’s because original pieces of furniture aren’t worth much if the seller didn’t make good use of it, which is often the case for the wood you’re going to be selling.
I like to get a good, accurate guess about the total value on all the pieces of wood you are considering selling. If I can’t come to a complete list, a reasonable estimate on each piece of wood would be:
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