by Brian Acton
Clearing out clutter from your home is a great way to start spring cleaning. But before you start throwing stuff away, you should consider the potential value of unwanted items. With a few extra steps, you can give your clutter a second life and earn some money doing it.
Here are seven ways to turn a profit from your spring cleaning project.
1. Consignment stores
If you have unwanted clothes and fashion accessories that are still in good shape, consider taking them to a consignment store. These stores will do the work of reselling your clothes and give you a cut of the profits, saving you the hassle of selling or donating the items yourself. And if you don’t live near a local consignment shop, you can ship your clothes directly…