It is neat to me how much you guys love the “Craigslist Flipping” guessing game!
You all had great answers.
Here was our average:
90Â Â Â Â (2)
65Â Â Â Â (2)
85Â Â Â Â (1)
60Â Â Â Â (1)
And two sweet readers, that I am not picking on, but I wish they would move here and buy my stuff!
KARIN 200 .00
The question……What would I have listed it for?
I would have listed it for $65.00.
BUT…….Here is the twist.
The answers intrigued me.
I think I might have been a tad bit too cheap on selling it for $65.00 based on your answers.
So, what did I learn from our “flipping” lesson?
I believe, I would need to have priced it at $75.00.
I don’t want to go too high….I like for it to be a “deal” for both parties.
Remember….I price to “not dicker” on my prices.
The way my ads are written….that is clear and I have never had anyone try to get it for lower.
So….the help goes both ways. You guys are the best! You taught me something in your answers!
Now….for those of you just jumping in…..
Here are some links to our past Craigslist “flipping” series, if you need to catch up!
I will try to come up with a way I can condense these in a tab or sidebar button.
Eeek! It took me a year to make my own button….this may take some time.
And…..let me ask you something.
If you bought a sweet, little, antique, chair and you loved the wood so much that you couldn’t bear to paint it…..what would you do?
Would you want to slip-cover it? Just partially….to show the pretty wood.
What if you couldn’t sew?
Would you try to figure out how to do it without sewing?
That’s what I did………
And, I can’t wait to show you!