Is it time to clear out the clutter? Summer time is a good time to think about clearing out some of your goods and pawning them. The weather is nice so you can haul everything out, sort it and prioritize what you’d like to keep, donate and pawn. In the process of clearing out the cluttered spaces of your home, you’ll be able to free up some cash to help you make the most out of your summer. After all, who doesn’t need a little extra cash to put into the vacation fun or just to go on weekend outings.
Letting go of your possessions can be difficult. You may want to hold onto something because it has meaning to you or because you think you might use it in the future. While these reasons are understandable, holding onto clutter can actually lower your overall quality of life. For example, the clutter in your garage may be preventing you from setting up a family game area or the workshop you’ve always wanted. Therefore, the occasional clear out is often needed to help you live a more satisfying life.
The possibility of freeing up some cash and the warm summer air should be enough incentive to get you thinking about clearing out your clutter. Local pawn shop are always looking for valuable goods to purchase and provide to their customers.
Pawn Shops in CT like Hat City Pawn benefit from always having new inventory in stock. While you might not think your clutter is of much worth, once you get started, you’ll likely find plenty of old sporting goods, tools, coins and jewelry to pawn.
Your Pawn tips
Here are a few tips for when you’re ready clear out the clutter and cash in on it:
1.Pull everything out. While this may sound crazy, clearing out an entire space is the best way to sort through everything. Once a space is cleared out, you’ll be able to prioritize your goods and determine what you want to keep and what needs to go.
2.Sort everything into four piles: keep, throw away, sell/pawn and donate. Some things you’re naturally going to want to keep, while others are going to clearly be garbage. Once you’ve sorted through the keep and throw items, you’re going to have to decide what you want to sell to your local pawn shop and what you want to donate. Many times items you can’t sell to your pawn shop can be donated to good will.
3.Pawn your valuable, unwanted items. Pawn shops are always looking for new inventory. If you’re not sure if an item is worth pawning, go in and ask. You might be pleasantly surprised.
4.Donate items to good will. With cash in hand from pawning your valuable unwanted goods, you may want to pay it forward and donate the remaining items to good will. Even though they may not be worthy of pawning, they may help someone in need.