Garage Sale Negotiating 101Garage and estate sales are some of the best places for bargain shopping. However, if you are new to yard selling, figuring out how to bargain can be tricky. You may feel like it takes a little boldness to ask the seller to come down on the price; however, it can be rewarding for you both. Here are some tips on negotiating to save money.
My Frugal Life: The Garage Sale HuntMy house is filled with large and small surprises throughout, treasures that I have collected over the years at garage sales. Treasures from around the world.
What To Look For At Garage SalesWhen I go to garage sales, I always look for certain things first. I look for tools in good shape, vases of all sizes, pretty pieces of mismatched china, and anything copper or silver. These items always come in handy.
Look For Craftsman Tools At Garage SalesThis is a tool tip. Many times when going to yard sales you can find a Craftsman tool that might be broken and you can purchase it for next to nothing.
Buying Food at Yard Sales?Would you buy food -- new boxes of cereal, cake mixes, canned goods etc -- from a yard sale?
Yard Sales in Expensive NeighborhoodsCheck out the yard sales in the ritzy towns near by, they let stuff go for cheap, but it is good name brand stuff!
Bring a List When You Go To Garage SalesWhen garage saling always carry a list of the family's sizes (clothes, coat & shoe) as well as window sizes along with a measuring tape.
Buying Used Goods"This page is for the elderly and not-so-elderly who may find it profitable and personally gratifying to shop and buy used goods.