First, you need to find out where and when the auctions are held. The best way to figure this out is to call a storage facility and ask them when their next auction is being held. Some facilities post auction dates on their websites, so you can check there as well. Most facilities also keep an email list, so you can ask to be notified of upcoming auctions via email if you’d like. You can also do a search on Craigslist or your local classifieds sites for dates.
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I have watched the show and the part about going through others’ stuff kind of creeped me out. But I also see how emotional it could be too – you would need to totally think business. And that would be hard to do! (It’s that people pleasing thing Ty!! It gets us every time!) Great overview of something many of us have never tried! Love it and how honest you are too!
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Not only do you spend huge chunks of your weekend driving all over town to attend auctions and bid on units, but the real work begins once you’ve finally outbid everyone else and win the auction (which always left me feeling queasy. I’d wonder why everyone else stopped bidding and wonder if I’d just overbid? Did the others see something I missed? The mind games were endless in this business.). Lockers Denver Colorado