I am able to share my extensive experiences and answer questions covering: Storage unit auction buying/selling as a business opportunity; how to find storage unit auctions; storage unit auction protocol and procedures; what to look for, how to bid and other techniques; the mechanics of selling for profit; questions on how to start your own storage unit auction business; and supply resources for additional support.
I hold a seminar entitled, "Buying & Selling with Auctions at Storage Lien Sales" twice a year; run a blog called Storage Auction Cash; provide consulting to storage facilities on conducting proper lien sales; and maintain a subscription service alerting subscribers to upcoming storage auctions. I have my own business reselling items bought from storage auctions, which I have been doing for over 25 years.
B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis on marketing.
You just never know what you might find at a storage auction.
A very decent living.
The competition is fierce.
All the secrecy over how and where to find storage auctions.
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Hi, Tina. Concerning the "legality" of the storage manager divulging the information of the winner of a storage unit auction, as long as the manager did not breach the terms of any agreement that your
Hi. You've definitely chosen a good part-time business in which to potentially make a substantial income. The key is to find a good listing service to find storage auction listings in your area. I use
Seattle has a very brisk storage auction economy due mostly to the city's high percentage of self-storage facilities, so storage auctions happen almost every day throughout the city. Until recently
In answer to your first question, I contacted the North Carolina Self-Storage Association and was informed that at present no statistics are kept on the amount of storage auctions that occur there. I also
A buyer's premium is the percentage a buyer pays in addition to the final bid price in respect of each lot (or unit) purchased. It's an additional fee traditionally charged by auction houses on the sale