Forbes Living to Report on Buying Used in an Upcoming Segment
Forbes Living will examine the wise shopper's choices of when to buy used items.
- Fort Lauderdale, FL (1888PressRelease) August 04, 2014 - The Forbes Living TV show will look at which items in the home can easily be purchased used, or as the industry likes to call it: previously loved. While it will always be preferable to buy certain personal items brand new, there are a number of things which can just as easily be purchased second hand. A car is the obvious example, since so much of its value evaporates upon driving it off of the dealership lot. Another choice is any kind of sports or exercise gear. This equipment can be very expensive to buy brand new, and often, the owners get tired of the sport quickly and just sell off the gear they bought. Books are another example, since many folks just read a book once and sell it off in a yard sale or to a used book store. Coincidentally, used book shops are getting very rare and hard to find, so if you have a good one nearby, take advantage of it. Furniture and kitchenware even whole sets of cutlery and dishes can also be second hand treasures just waiting to be discovered. When people feel a change of mood, often they sell these items while there are still many years of good service life left in them.
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