I am a fan of "Storage Wars",and Texas Storage Wars, and also the other storage buying programs. It looks like easy money but it is gambling for sure.
Has anyone bid and bought storage units and have you mad ea good money with them?
I make good money buying storage units but only during the summer months. I don't have much space to store things and they can add up pretty quickly. I usually turn over most of the things I find at flea markets on the weekends or by selling them on either Ebay or Craigslist. I've also taken a few things to consignment stores and pawn shops. It's pretty hard to turn things over during the winter except through online sources. It takes storage space to store...lol
It is fun though and you can make a lot of money if you know what you are doing. However if you bid on units that are full of mystery boxes then yes it is a gamble.
My last unit, I paid only $125 and it had a $2000 Italian leather sofa set, which is now in my living room, and a couple boxes full of depression glass which I sold to an antique dealer for $400. I made out like a bandit and am getting ready to start up again soon.
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