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5 Unexpected Ways You Can Turn Junk Into Cash

Did you know that there’s money to be made from your junk? It’s true!

Turning junk and garbage to money can be a great way for you to make some extra cash. The best part is that it doesn’t require much work or expense, because you’re turning something that would have ended up in a landfill into something useful! You can sell your old items to people who want them, or even donate them to charitable organizations.

If you’re like most people, you probably have a bunch of old junk lying around the house—and it’s just sitting there, taking up space and making you feel guilty. But don’t throw out that old or used pan or phone—you could turn it into cash by selling it.

  1. Become an auction guru

If you’re looking for a way to turn your old junk into cash, you might want to consider holding a garage sale. If you don’t want to spend the time or effort of setting up a garage sale, you can hire someone else to do it for you. The best way to find someone who will do this is through an online search. You should also check with local newspapers, as they often have listings of people who buy or sell items on a regular basis.

Auctioneers can be found in most areas of the country, but are most common in large cities and towns. Check with your local government office for information about auctioneers in your area.

When hiring an auctioneer, make sure that they have experience selling items similar to yours; some may specialize in one type of item such as cars or antiques while others may be able to handle all kinds of merchandise. You’ll also want someone who has experience working with buyers from all over the world; if your auctioneer doesn’t have international connections then they will not be able to sell your items internationally which could lead them sitting around collecting dust until they find another buyer.

  1. Sell your old clothes, CDs, video games and DVDs

Selling your old clothes, CDs, video games and DVDs is a great way to earn money. You can sell them online or in person.

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If you want to sell online, you can use websites like Jiji, SokoPlus and Pigiame to list the items you want to sell. You can also sell your clothes at local consignment stores.

If you prefer to sell in person, set up a table at a flea market or a craft fair and advertise it with posters around town. Make sure that wherever you’re selling your items they are clearly marked with prices so potential buyers know what they’re getting into before they spend any money on them!

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  1. Sell your old bike

You’ve probably got an old bicycle or two sitting in your garage, taking up space and collecting dust. If you’re like most people, you were sure that you’d get around to riding it again… but then life happened, and here it sits.

If you’ve never sold a bike before, it’s pretty simple: just look on classified local listings. Once you’ve found a buyer, meet them somewhere public and make sure they have cash on hand before handing over the goods. You can also sell it on the road side through the EX UK old bake dealers that sell used bikes.

  1. Recycle your unused phone or tablet

If you have an unused phone or tablet that you want to sell, it’s time to get some cash for it.

For most people, their phones are more than just a tool—they’re an extension of their personalities. And if your phone is still working (or even if it’s broken), there’s no reason why you should let it sit in a drawer or closet when you could be getting money for it!

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There are lots of ways to sell your device, but one of the easiest is through Facebook marketplace groups. You can list your old device on SokoPlus or Jiji by following these steps:

1) Determine the price of the device

2) Make sure all the data on your old device has been wiped so that someone else can’t access anything important.

3) Take good photos of your device and write an interesting description about what makes it special or unique.

  1. Sell your unused home appliances

It is estimated that over 60% of Kenyans have old home appliances sitting around their house that they no longer use. This is a problem because these old appliances will just continue taking up space in your house and going nowhere.

This can be a good thing though! You can turn those unused appliances into cash and use that extra money for whatever you want by selling them off. You sen sell them to dealers on the local market or through social media networks like Facebook or listing websites.

 


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