Clutter to Cash Consignment Services
What is Consignment? Consignment is a business arrangement in which a business, also referred to as a "consignee", agrees to sell items for a "consignor" in return for an agreed commission. The english word consignment is from the French word consigner, which means to deposit, as in to drop off items for sale. Consignment businesses are typically retail stores that specialize in a particular type of consumer product.
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Common consignment items include:
- Clothing & Shoes (Brand Name)
- Athletic equipment & Sports gear
- Antiques and collectibles
- Some types of furniture (gently used, clean smoke free condition)
- Certain types of Toys
- Turn Tables & DJ Equipment
- Records, LPs
- Old Coins
- Sports Cards & Memorabilia
- Camping Gear
- Wheel Barrows and Lawnmowers
- Dyson, Bosch & GE devices
- Phones (new and old)
- Musical instruments
- Tools (manual and electric)
- Stamps, Comic Books, Sports Cards
Consignment Rates & Commissions
We can pickup your consignment goods so you don't have to do the lifting. Standard moving rates apply to consignment pickups. See the pickup rates page for more information. Clutter to Cash consignment rates are typically 50% of the gross sale. We also offer reduced rates to repeat consignors to promote long term business relationships and steady inventory supply.
Advantages of consignment
- No need to spend time creating listings on eBay, Etsy or Craiglist
- No need to ship or deliver sold items
- Clear unused space in your home and convert unwanted items to cash
- Reduce the cost of junk removal
- Gives others the opportunity to enjoy your unused items
- Keeping good re-usable items out of the landfills
- Receive a breakdown and sales report of items sold (Microsoft Excel)
Demand for consignment goods is on the upswing, says that Association of Retail Professionals. Growth in number of new consignment stores is currently around 7% annually.