Storage Unit Auctions Beginner's Guide

Storage Unit Auctions Beginner's Guide

by David Oc
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Storage Unit Auctions Beginner's Guide by David Oc

The Storage Unit Auctions Beginner’s Guide was designed to assist anyone who wishes to become a professional auction hunter – that is, someone who makes money by reselling stuff that has been won in a storage unit auction.

When people run out of storage space at home, they usually pay private storage unit companies so they can rent a 5’ x 5’ or 10’ x 10’ storage space. These spaces are called storage units. When a family is forced to move out of their home due to a foreclosure, most of the stuff that they don’t need at the moment (such as extra furniture and big appliances), are put into self-storage.

Storage unit auctions are held in almost every city in the country. If you’ve watched the reality TV show Auction Wars, you probably have a good idea of what people do during a live bidding. The setup is very informal, and the best bidder always gets the storage unit that is being auctioned off.


This book deals with the strategies, and techniques, needed by a beginner in order to succeed in this type of business. If you are interested in reselling most of the stuff that you win a storage unit auction, you might be interested in the section Potential Profits in Reselling. Don’t know how to find the auctions by yourself? Never fear – I’ll share with you how in Finding Storage Auctions.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013936720
Publisher: David Oc
Publication date: 03/06/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 424 KB

About the Author

David Oc has been writing and publishing books on many of his varied interests. He has books on topics such as Power Juicing, Fitness,The Paleo Diet, Sugar Gliders, Iguanas, dog & cat training, Lactose Intolerance, waterproofing a basement, probiotics, The Power of Persuasive Speech and much more. Many of his books can be found for Kindle as well as Nook books.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The eye might be the most sensitive part of your charcter. The color can completeky gp against the regular color scheme. Pink and orange already? Try a dose of violet! <br> Keep in mind not al colors work. With a pink and orange pony, I wouldn't reccomend deep blue (R000/G000/B255) <br> Remember what I told you about modeling after your favorite character? Maybe you love Rainbow Dash. Your OC is a blue pegasus with a shaggy red and orange mane, and she has a shaggy yellow and green tail. Somepony will call you if you make your OC's eye color magenta. But of course, if you have a pastel pink pegasus with a poofy blue and violet mane and tail, it's most likely nopony will notice you based your OC off Pinkie Pie if you color her eyes blue. Whn you model off a character, don't overdo it. <br> I'll touch another subject before we move on: blindness and "derp" eyes. <br> Derpy (or is it Durpy?) Hooves is the only pony in the show that has permanantly "derped" eyes. Unles you have this condition yourself, it's probably best not to use these eyes. (I DID NOT MEAN TO OFFEND ANYONE! THIS IS NOT TO SAY THAT YOU NEED "DERPED" EYES ON YOUR OC IF YOU HAVE THAT CONDITION!) <br> Blindness is not even canon. Ever seen the fan aimation "Snowdrop" by SillyFillyStudios? Snowdrop is blind, but mopony in the show is. A blind pony fanonly has pupils a darker shade of the iris color. You probably shoudn't make your OC blind if you're basing it off yourself, and you're not blind. I don't want to say much else. <br> <p> Eye Style <br> Find a picture of Rarity (or a toy Rariy) and look at her eyes. Do the same for the rest of the man six. They all have different eye styles, right? Here is my key to eye style = personality. <br> Fluttershy = shy, quiet <br> Rarity = sophisticated, high-class <br> Rainbow Dash = tomboyish, determined <br> Pinkie Pie = cheerful, bright <br> Applejack = hardworking, mild <br> Twilight Sparkle = studious, cutrious <br> Remember the RD-based OC is exampled earlier. It would be best to give your OC there RD eyes. <br> My opinion; You should NEVER pair RD eyes with Unicorn OC. Unicorns are far less likely to be toymboyish like that, substitute Applejack eyes instead. I feel that unicorns would always want their eyelashes curled. <br> If you're ready, continue on. <br> <p> I should mention that the tools you're using to draw your OC might be of some distortion. I made my OCs on General Zoi's Pony Creator, but the colors I used to color them in were different thn the colors I used in the game.