An indoor flea market (or swap meet) is a type of indoor market that provides space for vendors to sell previously-owned (second-hand) merchandise. This type of market is often seasonal. However, in recent years there has been a development of ‘formal’ and ‘casual’ markets which divides a fixed-style market (formal) with long-term leases and a…

 

A flea market (or swap meet) is a type of street market that provides space for vendors to sell previously-owned (second-hand) merchandise. This type of market is often seasonal. However, in recent years there has been a development of ‘formal’ and ‘casual’ markets which divides a fixed-style market (formal) with long-term leases and a seasonal-style…

 

A flea market, also referred to as a swap meet, rents space to individual vendors who are willing to use the space to sell numerous items from vintage furniture to pre-owned video games. While there are markets that offer general merchandise, there are some that solely sell specialized products, like antiques or collectibles. The cost…

 

Whether you are looking for a lucrative side hustle or a business to start and manage on a full-time basis, flea markets provide a viable platform for you to sell items and certain merchandise wholesale. Flea markets are suitable for wholesalers who have recently launched their business but can barely afford to put up a…

 

Flea market booths, if decorated and planned right, are a wonderful source of side income. The running cost is low, especially since most are staffed by the owners, and this entails, as a vendor, that you are not expected to stay at your booth when it’s open. Also note that rent is cheap at flea…

 

The amount a flea market vendor is expected to bring in per weekend or day depends on their location and the type of merchandise they are selling. For example, after paying rental fees and other expenses, many flea market vendors make between $200 and $500 per day. But the more profitable ones can make up…

 

In most states in the United States, you will need a business license from the state to sell your items at flea markets. Although some states require a business license, have it in mind that business licenses are more commonly found at the city level. This will most often depend on your state and location….

 

Most often, this will depend on the type of item you sell and the original purchase prices of those items. Have it in mind that the IRS considers income from a flea market as taxable based on the sales price of your items. For instance, if you sell your personal possessions at your local flea…

 

So many things can happen to unsold items at flea market flips. However, have it in mind that what happens to these items will most often depend on what the item is and its intended purpose. For instance, if the unsold items are vintage clothes, you can choose to give them to charity or a…

 

Truth be told, it is not always easy to sell food, even baked goods, at a flea market. Most visitors at a flea market are there for bargain buys and not to buy foods or baked goods. And while there are necessary state/county/city laws concerning selling food of any kind, there is something called “Cottage…

 

Flea market (or swap meet) is a type of street market that provides space for vendors to sell previously-owned (second-hand) merchandise. If you intend to sell crafts in a flea market, it must be craft items that people will cherish and of course crafts that must have stood the test of time. Trust me, crafts…

 

For many decades, candles have remained a very vital home décor item, and according to reports, the industry is projected to reach $5 billion by 2026. Have it in mind that the commercial use of candles has witnessed encouraging growth, with spa and massage making use of scented candles for soothing effects, and restaurants looking…