Here’s an idea. Buy a unit for less than 400 bucks, look through the stuff, find out who owns it, call the owner and ask if they want their stuff back for what you bought it for plus 100. They have to have cash and be willing to have you unload it somewhere within the next 48 hours. Easy profit! Im guessing these people would owe a thousand for the storage, so to buy back their stuff for half that might be appealing? Thoughts?

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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.
I'm going to Denver for the first time in a few weeks. I'll be travelling lite with a backpack and smaller "purse" size bag. Is there a locker in downtown area where I can store the knapsack for a few hours while I walk around downtown. I know some cities have lockers at the greyhound or union station but I can't find that information anywhere on the web.

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Honestly, I’ve never watched the show and this was all new to me. I had heard about people doing it, but didn’t know the ins-and-outs of it. It’s definitely intriguing. I love to flip craigslist or thrift store items, but this sounds like an entirely different ballgame. I would guess, for the amount off time and effort invested, the hourly rate of this side hustle could be pretty low sometimes, depending on your luck. I understand the emotional component as well and, like you, that would probably be enough for me to call it quits. Thanks for sharing your experience, Ty!

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Great guide for someone who is interested in this Ty! I watched the show a few times in the past. The drama in it between the bidding parties was often hilarious. My brother did this as a side hustle 15 or so years ago. He found some interesting things but no real treasures. Personally I don’t think I could stomach it emotionally either. Probably my most interesting (to me) side hustle was creating gift baskets for people. I enjoyed putting something unique together in hopes of pleasantly surprising the recipient. Denver Lockers
In my experience, most facilities give you 48 hours to have the unit cleared out and left in a “broom clean” condition (i.e. swept out). If you don’t get your stuff out, of if you choose to cherry pick a few items and leave the rest, then the facility can reclaim the locker and it would most likely be auctioned off again. You’d also most likely be banned from participating in future auctions held at that facility, or run by the auction house you dealt with.
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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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