When it comes to selling your items, there arises the common question: Do you sell in lot or individually?
There are a lot of factors that surround the idea of selling your collection as one or separately. If you’re currently conflicted with this idea, then look no further. Below are some of the things you need to consider to come up with a good selling decision.
1. It doesn’t matter how much you got it for.
One of the misconceptions is that sellers think they should get a high price for a certain collection because they paid a hefty amount for it. The fact is you only have to think about how much it’s worth now. So even if you have a limited edition Superman comics you paid hundreds of dollars for, it may not be that valuable now.
2. Consider if you want to sell quickly.
Some sellers don’t have the patience to sell individually. A key is to consider if you want to get rid of them as quickly as possible. If you do, then sell your collection as one. It will save you time and make you earn more.
3. Think of the items you’re about to sell.
Majority of collectible comics sell better in bulk. Action figures are items you can sell for a lot of money if sold individually. Another set of items that’s perfect for selling as a lot are children’s clothes. Parents go crazy over great deals of kids clothes since these are the items easily outgrown and it’s not a really good investment to buy new brand ones.
Just make sure when you take photos of items in bulk, don’t photograph them as one. It screams yard sale and only lessens their value. Moreover, you need to be ready for some haggling. Some of the collection buyers may want, others won’t. Be open-minded to get the best out of your items.