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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Getting Best Price for Selling Mobility Aids

When you have mobility aids for sale after a certain years of usage. You may face some problems. These include where to sell them, who to sell to and of course getting the best possible price for it. This article will guide potential sellers of these mobility aids the above three points and advise you the best way to dispose of your wares.

Firstly, if you want to sell away used stairlifts currently being used in your homes, you should first approach the vendor whom you bought from and ask if they offer stairlift buyback service. Most vendors do collect back used stairlifts and refurbish them for resale later. The vendors can also scrap the old stairlifts and rip out the working spare parts for other purposes. Another location where you can sell the stairlifts is through online classified sites such as Craigslist. This is a popular site where people will buyers can find sellers for almost any items. You can state the price as well as the specifications of the system you are selling. Most of the time, the buyer will request to view the equipment and inspect it before negotiation for a lower price.

Secondly, it is more likely if you sell the equipments to people who are most probable to use it. For example, you can get a good price selling electric wheelchairs to homes for the aged. They are always in need of these devices but do not have the budget to buy new ones. They are willing to accept wheelchairs that are less than three years old and still pay a decent price for it.

Lastly, to secure the best price for your mobility device, you should make an effort to keep your equipments in good conditions. You need to regularly maintain it and change any faulty parts. Buyers are more willing to pay a higher price for a well maintained used device. You can also fetch a higher price if the warranty for the equipment is still valid. It means that any operating failures that occur after the purchase will be covered by the manufacturer.

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