Find upcoming storage auctions occurring nationwide by visiting www.storageunitauctionlist.com, the nation’s largest storage auction database.
Long before ‘Storage Wars’ or ‘Auction Hunters’ there were storage facilities holding storage auctions, selling bulk consumer goods at wildly discounted prices to the public.
In the recent past we watched the United States economy take a turn for the worse, starting with the housing market. Foreclosure rates on homes skyrocketed after the collapse of Adjustable Rate Mortgages and families nationwide have dealt with downsizing and cutting costs. But if there’s one thing for certain it is that in a country based on free trade and capitalism, currency is cyclical. The result is a lot of used merchandise left in storage that can either be added to a landfill or resold; reused and profited from.
Storage auctions have become a unique opportunity to re-energize and restore free exchange in the American marketplace, and a brand new medium through which budding entrepreneurs can thrive in the storage auction industry with serious profit potentials and minimal start up costs.
Along with the development of websites like Ebay and Craigslist , we saw ordinary individuals rapidly become tax exempt resale companies, selling household and commercial products in a national, even international, marketplace.
The success of those that found auctions in local papers and by avidly calling facilities themselves was impressive and led to the popularity of storage auctions in reality television. Popularity led to the demand for access to regular, reliable storage auction listings, so that anyone could potentially gain from attending, whether trying to decorate their own homes, keep up company inventory or earn some extra, part-time income.
Auctions occur 100’s of times a day in every state in the country. The possibilities are endless. Many of the people we speak with every day have remarkable stories of triumph at storage auctions .
Ms. Regitt, a subscriber in Arkansas, says she used the list to find an auction in her home town; bought a unit for $325; turned around and sold it to another bidder for $1000, all before even leaving the storage facility.
Mr. LePage, a New England subscriber, attends auctions for his company and says that one of the first auctions he ever attended yielded a unit with several hundred dollars cash stashed inside. Every day regular auction goers find profitable, if not radical, treasures inside abandoned storage units.
Alfredo Lopez, a recent Oklahoma subscriber and storage auction enthusiast, reported winning, “a couple TVs along with a rare vintage bike” for only $20 at his first auction. Mr. Lopez is like thousands of people that visit storage auctions and use Craigslist.com to resell their finds locally for additional part-time income. “We tried to find auctions on our own, but we found that they are not highly publicized,” said Mr. Lopez, so he found us online, subscribed and reports the service to be “very informational and helpful; updated regularly and reliably.”
Storage Unit Auction List is a national network of storage owners and auctioneers that post storage auction listings online for subscribers. Since January of 2011, the directory has developed into USA’s largest online storage auction database. And for anyone interested in attending storage auctions, its is the best place to start, with tons of free beginner resources and customer service representatives standing by to answer any questions.
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