prices on parts for resale in database:
long that part has been in stock?
price paid for the part?
this part ever sell at your location?
much does this part sell for now?
this part still available?
this part listed in B2B database and how much is it priced?
working formula that we suggest is to look up current price
at the retail end and reduce that price by 50%.
is why this formula works » Parts
you and other dealers list here are slow moving items in
your area that have been on the shelf for awhile. Parts
you have already paid for, carried on your inventory from
month too month in some cases year to year, taking up needed
space, basically collecting dust. Someone,
that part and will wait that 2-4 days for delivery if the price
is right. Yes, you are going to take a slight
loss on what you paid for that part originally, but, here
is an opportunity to recover some of those losses. And
to get those parts out on the open market at a reasonable
formula does not have to be followed to the letter and is
not the answer for all parts prices. Good example is parts
that can no longer be found or are no longer available anywhere.
In those cases its up to the account holder to make that
decision, who knows that may be a part someone has looked
for, for months.
in mind when you are pricing your parts, that buyer is also
paying shipping, so it has to be worth while for them to
purchase that part, pay shipping, wait for delivery
and still make a profit on his resale end.
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- Recover Lost
Capital - Money
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