Well, we’ve taken some much needed time off to complete our new guide, How to Broker Liquidation merchandise, which can be found here. Actually, it’s not done yet; we have some last minute touches to complete. We are hoping to go live within the next 14 days.
We have spent a great deal of time answering so many emails asking when our merchandise brokering guide would be finished. A lot of you are extremely anxious to purchase the guide and get off to a good start selling pallets and truckloads of merchandise. For the delay, we are truly sorry, but the extra time taken in production will surely be to your benefit.
So, what is a liquidation Broker? Well, a broker locates excess and obsolete merchandise and then finds a wholesale buyer to purchase said inventories. Often the Broker will sell customer returns, overstock, shelf pulled and salvage merchandise for pennies on the original wholesale dollar. This is great news for eBay and Amazon sellers, along with Mom & Pops who want to take advantage of purchasing name brands at unheard of pricing.
Our new guide will be packed with all kinds of information relating to starting the business, operating the business, and of course, sourcing excess inventories. We have tapped a few experts for their knowledge including Alain Stambouli (Via Trading), Tamara Knepper (FreightQuote.com, and Luke Avedon. I think you will especially enjoy Luke contribution because he just started his brokering business! Luke will tell us all about a few deals he has put together brokering wholesale goods.
Ok, I’ve got to get back to it before I get another email complaining about our timeline for completion. Before I go I want to sincerely thank all of you who have been so patient over the last two years waiting for our newest guide. Until we talk again, take care and happy liquidation hunting!
Our 2017 Liquidators Guide chronicles 12 years of wholesale product sourcing experience and includes my personal black book of direct source contacts! As an industry expert, I'll share the success I've enjoyed along with the mistakes I've made buying and reselling liquidation merchandise.
If you are thinking about buying pallets of liquidation merchandise from a liquidator, broker, or direct from department stores, you need to check out The Liquidators Guide