Money for Clutter

Money for Clutter

Regina Yunghans
Aug 25, 2008

To be happy in life you must immediately sell all your clutter. Mark Hodess, founder of Money for Clutter, is quoted in a recent Montreal Mirror column by Chris Barry. Money for Clutter was created when Mark realized most people's junk can sell and he's good at selling it.

We've often found great satisfaction in selling unused household items ourselves on Craigslist. But it is a tedious job and our success rate is pretty hit-and-miss...

According to the Montreal Mirror article Montreal Mirror article, Mark has the experience it takes for the proper pricing and venue for selling our stuff. Yes, he uses Craigslist, but he has a few other local Montreal outlets, too, for moving other people's clutter.

Here's how it works: Mark comes to your home and photographs the items you want to sell. He then writes the sales pitch and publishes your item for sale. He'll then arrange for interested buyers to meet with you or he'll meet with them himself. It's all local and it's all in cash, making the whole transaction pretty straightforward. Contact Mark by going to Money for Clutter. Read more about him in Montreal Mirror. Photos: Ein Provinzler in Berlin, Rachel Granofsky for Montreal Mirror

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