In our ongoing quest for simplification and battle against the clutter, we often sell stuff we’re no longer using. We’ve just started using a brand new method to buy and sell our stuff online – the VarageSale app. Former elementary school teacher Tami Zuckerman created VarageSale with her husband with the goal of making a more user friendly option than classified sites or social networks. VarageSale makes it easy to list your unwanted items and simple to search for whatever you’re looking for. I love that we can search specifically in our community, and see the real identities of other members. Our experience has been really positive so far, and I think the app will continue to improve as more members join.
Right now VarageSale is active in 42 states with hundreds of local communities and millions of users. New communities are being added all the time. It is free to use through the app or desktop, and can be found at www.varagesale.com. You can find great deals with stuff being sold for a fraction of retail prices. Declutter your home by selling toys and clothes your children have outgrown, or anything you don’t use any more. You can use the app without worry because every member is approved by a local admin.
Do you buy and sell stuff online? What platform do you use? Try VarageSale for yourself and let me know what you think.
If you are in the DFW area, click through the link below that matches your location so you can get started on VarageSale today.
- Arlington & Grand Prairie – http://m.varagesale.com/m/VpzqrBymTn
- Carrollton & Farmers Branch – http://m.varagesale.com/m/WyYinD0eTn
- Dallas Inner Loop – http://m.varagesale.com/m/hqS4xcqmTn
- Duncanville/DeSoto/Lancaster – http://m.varagesale.com/m/vLcp7UumTn
- Fort Worth – http://m.varagesale.com/m/86SLojVlTn
- Mesquite & East Dallas – http://m.varagesale.com/m/adGCMthlTn
- Richardson, Garland & Rowlett – http://m.varagesale.com/m/GTcJpMXfTn