By Victoria Kichuk, Cheapism.com
Moving sales are touted as tried-and-true places for bargain hunters to score deals on hard-to-find treasures and cheap household items. For sellers, however, moving sales are typically less about benefitting financially and more about cutting down the amount of stuff that needs to go in boxes.Offset hefty moving expenses by making money where you can.
Thanks to the internet, it's now possible to find far bigger and more targeted markets for your belongings, so you can not only weed out unwanted items but also make more money for moving. Here are some ways to use the web as a tool to advertise items and sell them, or simply as a resource for locating places that might take them off your hands.
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- Selling collectable or nearly new items on Amazon or eBay can often yield a greater profit than trying to sell those items at a tag sale. Odds are you don't have niche collectors willing to pay a premium living right around the corner, but you can take your pieces