Wow, the emails are flowing in, question after question. I received an email from Annmarie who is trying her best to start a brokering business. I should say a liquidation brokering business. Annmarie found what she calls a Liquidation Mentor who provided a basic brokers program and then followed up by consulting with her by phone on a weekly basis. Annmarie expressed frustration as she still has a lot of questions that have gone unanswered in relation to brokering.

Annmarie is in the process of building a broker’s website and she is doing a great job building a following on Facebook. From what I can tell, she is off to a good start. She bought our Broker’s Guide and said it offered much more information than the program she laid out big bucks for.

Here’s what I have to say:

Ok, Liquidation Brokering can be very profitable….it’s not rocket science, but you do need to understand industry fundamentals and have a good grasp on logistics. I’m going to toot my own horn…ready? I brokered successfully for years, and I still do a few deals every now and then.

If you’re just stumbling into the world of liquidations, check out the brokering opportunity. I spell it out offering all the details needed to get a brokering business up and running within the Broker’s Guide. And you’ll be happy to know I don’t charge $500.00 for my all inclusive program. Annmarie, you do not need a mentor; it sound as though you’re off to a great start on your own!

Questions? Go ahead…make my day

 

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