If your garage sales aren’t working the way you would like, then we warmly recommend you to check out our list of best apps to sell used stuff locally.
Let’s say you’ve bought a shiny new TV and you want to sell the old one to recover at least something. Back in the days, you would have to post an ad in the local newspapers, and hoped someone would take a look at it and decide to give you a call. But not anymore. With few clicks, your old TV can be on the online market and probably hundreds or thousands people will consider buying it. You have to love technology. Now you can sell and buy virtually anything. You know how they say it: “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”. That’s the truth. If your old golf clubs are just lying in the garage, that doesn’t mean someone wouldn’t love to play with them every weekend.
With the smartphones, things got even simpler. There are numerous apps that offer you an opportunity to sell and buy used stuff, mostly in your local area. Who will bother shipping something across the country if you can find a buyer in your neighborhood, right? They are also very simple to use. You just need to set up a profile, snap a few pictures of the item, write a short description, slap a reasonable price tag, and you are done. Some of them even handle the payments. In this case, you will probably have to pay a fee after the transaction is done. While there are smartphone apps that allow you to sell everything, others specialize for certain group of items like clothes, furniture, and vintage items. Since you are already here, check out our article: Wallapop vs Letgo vs Offerup vs Craigslist: best app to sell stuff. It will be also helpful if you are looking to learn more about selling stuff online.
In order to find the best apps to sell used stuff locally, we turned to Money Pantry and Well Kept Wallet for recommendations. We only considered apps that enable you to buy and sell all items, and are available for both Android and iPhone. Then we looked how users from iTunes and Google Play rated the apps and ranked them accordingly. Are you ready to empty your garage and increase your budget?