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You are correct, with a few times a year exception.
Are you going through the sections of craigslist?
using those search numbrers, and it is just a suggestion, I advise a beginner to start with looking at everything for sale, or go through each section day by day for 90 days and you'll see things.
Here is what I found today on my local cl in those price ranges, and I only covered about one third of the categories...just to show you what is out there.
Any one of these COULD be a 500 dollar deal.
Now craigslist is only ONE place to look, local newspapers, especially weeklies are good and Sunday papers too. NOT everyone is keen on the Internet and don't forget MOVING sales too.
As far as autos, what I said was, and this is both the report and the course is that I SHY away from anything titled, but, when I find a bargain or something with stored value, then I flip it ...
Cars, maybe two to 3 times a year...but, with my brothers and cousins involved...we can do several cars/motorcycles per year without getting hassled about licenses and all that.
Boats too. I just don't care for big things, when I can find a set of 4,000 dollar drapes that are sold for pennies on the dollar and fit in the back seat...those kind of things are MY preference, however, some guys, like John McTighe liked appliances...
If you like to move things and have the ability, there is always a bargain on appliances, furniture and household furnishings.
The secret, which I've REVEALED about 1001 times here is
to find UNDERVALUED CHATTEL, and build a network of buyers.
Don't use any numbers to limit searches, just go through each subject and see what is for sale.
Gordon Jay Alexander
Gordon - in the $2,499 - $5,001 range, what types of products are you seeing/do you buy? I'm finding 90% autos with some campers too. I think I recall you saying once that you steer clear of autos.
Last edited by GordonJ : July 11, 2012 at 03:07 PM.
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