Repurposing the American Mall

America’s first enclosed shopping center opened in 1950 in Seattle followed by the Northland Center in Detroit in 1954. Jump to the present day and America has nearly 12,000 malls. Consider this: retail square feet per capita in the U.S.…

Jan 23 2018 · 3 min read

R2 Certification is Good Business for Both Buyers and Sellers

The current mobile phone market is growing exponentially and the rules are quickly changing. This is especially true for the secondary market, which alone is worth $17 billion. Let this soak in: there are an estimated 4.6 billion cell phones…

Jan 08 2018 · 1 min read

Liquidation vs. Wholesale: What’s the Difference?

There is often confusion on how liquidation and wholesale differ (or if they do at all). In fact, there is a huge difference between the two. In this article we’ll provide an overview of both liquidation and wholesale. What is…

Aug 18 2016 · 3 min read

How Liquidation Sales Gives Buyers an Opportunity to Acquire Inventory at Huge Discounts

How do liquidation sales work? Most excess inventory comes from customer returns. And retailers typically cannot re-stock and sell returned merchandise in their stores. In fact, $400 billion worth of merchandise comes back annually, with 30% of it being eCommerce…

Jun 26 2013 · 2 min read