Many of my decluttering workshop participants tell me they find it easier to let go of stuff they no longer need if it can go to a good home, or they can get some money for it. I spoke to Jody Galvin from Mrs Secondhand recently to ask her about the goods they take off people’s hands.
Jewellery & Coins
I asked Jody if she was able to help people to get rid of coins or jewellery. “We don’t generally buy smaller items such as coins/jewellery but can recommend Leonard Joel in South Yarra for that stuff (they’ll also value it for free to see if it’s actually worth selling)”.
Do you buy furniture? ” First thing required is that clients need to photograph items and email them to us (firstname.lastname@example.org). We’ll see if it’s items we’re interested in having. If we can’t help we’ll certainly suggest how to get rid of it. This link http://www.mrssecondhand.com.au/sell_buy/ explains how it all works at Mrs Secondhand”.
“We take all era’s of furniture including ex -display but don’t take white goods/electrical items & gym equipment. We are able to arrange pick up in our truck – if we’re paying cash for items we only pay a wholesale price and factor in time to pick it up in our cash offer”.