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Can You Make $1,000,000 Thrifting??

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jemvlogs (25 days ago)
$1 million in sales, $500k on shipping, $300k taxes and $200k in Ebay/PayPal fees! What $1 million again?
RALLI ROOTS (25 days ago)
welcome to business :) btw, if you're expenses are 700k you'd only be taxed on $300k ;) get a CPA.
Kayla Austin (1 month ago)
You should do a vlog where you and callie or allie list items from start to finish on ebay and see how many you can do in a hour each! Kinda like when you did the packing items for ship challange lol. Would love to see that!
LOTUS DOLL LITTLE (1 month ago)
250 to 500k that's goal the personal minimum 150k profit would be great, 100k that's lot more then most I'm Arizona cost living towards lower end
Treasurefacts (2 months ago)
Well done, well said. Love the reality, that's worth more in the long run.
Danny Ruble (2 months ago)
I really,really Really want to see a real time video of the beast that can list that many items. 37 an hour is a stupid what if number. The vast majority of one man bands won’t reach that number in a single day. Heck, that number is good for a week. I enjoy your videos, and have been doing much of what you guys are doing just learning different things as I go since 2012. You must have a lot of listings...most l have had up at one time is 928. Thank you for pointing out the realities of eBay. It is WORK. Great vid. Thanks!
sharper12341 (3 months ago)
I'm confused by your pricing. I assume all the prices you give these used items can be bought for less brand new, what am i missing?
Zeps Toys (3 months ago)
My goal is to build up to 10,000 a year which is twice as much as my part time job. I think its a realistic goal but boy do I work hard. I live and breathe it now. I have a PT job I live off so most of the money stays in the business. We are growing every year so I know its only a matter of time before I kick my PT in the ass.
mike kretzer (5 months ago)
Matt (5 months ago)
For the items you resell online, do you have to collect sales taxes on the items you sell online? And if so, when do you have pay says taxes?
Matt (5 months ago)
But what about when its time to file taxes? Isn't filling taxes a nightmare, when it comes to remember every single item you sold and remembering every single profit per item, for your taxes? I don't think i could remember all that. Thats the only thing holding me back.
RALLI ROOTS (5 months ago)
Matt Turner get a good CPA and accounting software.
buyerofsorts (5 months ago)
Yeah no fucking way can it be done. Man people are fucking stupid....
buyerofsorts (5 months ago)
$1,000,000 a year thrifting? A nonsense question to even bother with....
Craig AK (5 months ago)
I just want to make enough to support my family.
Paul DeVore (6 months ago)
Hey Roots fam. I am curious what kind of business you owned before the ebay thing ? Love the content and appreciate the time you both invest.
Trenton Sirkel (6 months ago)
Hey I’m trying to get started in selling on eBay new and used stuff I would love some pointers I haven’t made anymore sales
Ren Pilak (6 months ago)
How come you don’t charge for shipping when most if not all other sites do?
Ren Pilak (6 months ago)
Oh wow! I didn’t know that! I have Prime so I get free shipping for most, but, when I purchase from 3rd party, I get charged shipping! This just shows you truly care about customer service first and foremost! You and Alli are awesome! More power and love to come your way!
RALLI ROOTS (6 months ago)
Nre Pilak that’s not true. The standard is amazon right now and most people have prime, which is free shipping. That and you get a boost in ranking for offering free shipping
A BIG IDEA 13 (7 months ago)
Yes! Thanks for the honest video!
The Family Flips (7 months ago)
We will do about 500k in sales this year from our resale business. We don't do thrifting but we do well reselling.
Panisa S. Gauvin (7 months ago)
Master EBay lister hahaha!
Marc G (7 months ago)
I guess I’m blowing it out of the water😄
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
Marc G 👍🏻👍🏻
Sam Betts (7 months ago)
Well if you make 20 dollar profit on an item if you made 40 profit an item cut those numbers in half/ then cut that in half to make half a mil. Not bad in gross
Mike Dancy (7 months ago)
I used to sell on consignment part-time for people. One lady had her husband die and she needed to sell all of his stuff that she knew nothing about. It was all cameras and collectible film items. I sold a lot of it in a month and charged her a 25% commisson fee, my usual fee is 40%. I ended up giving her a cheque for $12,000 after a month. I made 10% roughly off of that and kept a few things that didn't sell. That was just going hard core on a few weekends. She was happy, I was happy. It all worked out. I find selling is a great part time job to generate extra cash. I make more from flipping then I would if I was working at a retail shop.
Stevie Solutions (7 months ago)
Amazon has some ebooks everyone should look at. Do a spreadsheet. categories. Fast reads on some. Once you get the hang of it, you should be okay. Some interesting comments on here.
Scott Petrone (7 months ago)
Death by eBay!
Ram (7 months ago)
Short answer, *NO*
Carmen Ramos (7 months ago)
Hi, what packaging would you recommend for shirts, pants and jackets? I see the way you take a minimalist approach on folding and packaging and I really respect that!! Thank you in advance!
Limesti (7 months ago)
That's what I figured.. I think thrifting and yard sales is a great place to start for new resellers with the low entry price points. Slowly building up inventory until you're able to get into retail/online arbitrage and eventually into wholesale. That's my plan of attack (roughly) anyway. These videos have got me itching to try out thrifting as I've never sourced or sold clothes/shoes or many used items before.
Momo :: (7 months ago)
Nice video. what you said make sense But why not try to find people works for u doing the listing and picturs and shipping also dealing with buyers . Like this you can save 7 hours . U been left with 5 hours for thrifting 1 hour in each store 😍😍
Momo :: (7 months ago)
RALLI ROOTS so u can make a million or 2 or even 3 ... with less time !
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
That's part of what we do :)
rocky jaydog (7 months ago)
if you ran that million dollar company by yourself , you would be out of business in a year or so. Impossible. BUT the big milestome would be getting out of the house and into a warehouse + office. It is very hard to scale from a home to a professional facility, At that point all the dynamics change and as the owner the new role is running the business. That means hiring people to do the sourcing and listing. Which would give the owner time to run the business from the big picture perspective. Too many people try to hold onto the day to day functions instead of scaling. And if you cant scale, you cant grow.
jayme lee (7 months ago)
The problem with this money making model is that it's not going to last due to thrift stores trying to cut out resellers and maximize profits. They're doing this by 1). raising prices 2). hiring "shoppers" to do what resellers are doing and then putting items online. I know of someone that was hired last year by Goodwill who travels within so many counties to sort through items at their stores. The items are then placed on eBay and their own auction sites. Right now they're focused more on luxury type of goods and brands. The mid level stuff has seen prices raised so that it's becoming not worth the time of resellers. Shoppers also still continue to pay those high prices because the stigma of 2nd hand isn't like how it was in the 90s. Ride the wave for now, I guess. It's a bummer because a lot of people support their families doing what you're doing.
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
You have to learn how to adjust with the market, reselling has been around forever and isn't going anywhere, it's just how and where you source from that changes. Thrifting is still a great way to start but you have to learn how to source better products from different places.
Roy Meyer (7 months ago)
I got a little curious and had the idea to run these numbers a different way -- I took the gross profit for 45 minutes of sourcing, and extrapolated that out to an hourly figure. Based on 40 hours of sourcing per week, that would work out to just shy of $200k, if someone was able to consistently make that same amount of profit. So if someone was extremely lucky, worked 12 hours a day (8 sourcing, 4 for everything else), and never took a vacation, they might be able to hit a million over about 5 years. Or if they worked a 40 hour week, split evenly between sourcing and all other tasks, with exceptionally good luck finding the right items, they could make a six figure profit just on thrifting. But to make seven figures, exactly like you said, they'd need to look into bulk buys and other ways of bringing sale prices and profit margins drastically higher.
Geovanny Rodriguez (7 months ago)
If you buy collectibles items and also selling locally on Craigslist n offer up will help to speed up things faster.
Ranimal Farms (7 months ago)
We Enjoyed Your Video, Thank You & Keep Up The Good Work!
Kerrianne Jackson (7 months ago)
Do you ever have stock that just won’t move? If you do then what do you do with those items?
jhi roxas (7 months ago)
Hi, I've been following you for awhile now, but I dont understand how you can sell some of these clothes for that high? for instance, that long sleeve Dri-Fit Nike, you are looking for 25 dollars for it, but if i go on ebay and look at sold completed listing, some brand new with tags go lower than 25 dollars? is there something i am missing? I really love your guys video and it motivates me to be a full time reseller.
Kaan Demirel (7 months ago)
Ryan Del Signore (7 months ago)
I like how you broke it down! I believe you can make a million per year but obviously it takes multiply people. Listers, packers, people for sourcing, etc. And of course that means you'd have a ton more expenses, but if done correctly, I know its possible. People do it, it all depends on what you aspire to be. Not everyone is trying to be rich, its all about priorities! Nice video!
Jason Janowiak (7 months ago)
Funny I've been watching your videos for the past few days and have been thinking about reselling for months. So I found a sale today that had a ton of shirts that you guys sell (north face ,Ralph Lauren, Tommy bahama) and it was in a guys storage unit and he automatically called me out and said so your a reseller huh lol, anyways he was cool about it and I picked up 10 shirts for $12. He didn't want to sell them cause he had so much bigger items for sale and he was moving, so thanks for all the great info guys, hoping this turns into a great advanture into being a full time reseller.
Jill Cw (7 months ago)
Wondering how you pay everyone that works in your business?
TheTwoTravelers (7 months ago)
How does one give a thumps down on this video, this video should have all thumps up. Ryan is showing how to better your life, and somehow that is not a good thing. Well just shows why some people make it, and others don't. Thanks Ryan for helping us people who want a better life.
CorleyisOver (7 months ago)
No. The answer is no.
Mike J Womack (7 months ago)
Not in my city
Linda Pedigo (7 months ago)
Great video and I am a numbers gal. Loved it and feel you were very reasonable.
GRITTY CITY (7 months ago)
I would work 12 hours a day for myself, but would need a day or two off. I am starting off by selling my own things as inventory, move profits into purchasing more and then will have to branch to other things to add to it. I have the same shirt as you too lol. Great video!
Fatima (7 months ago)
HELP!! I have had an ebay store that was very successful! Unfortunately there was a rough patch in my life that drew me back from my ebay store and my sales dropped, i am back to posting listings but unfortunately i am barely get 1 sale a month as like before i was getting 20-30 sales a months. Any advice i really dont know how to get foot traffic! ????
Julia RO (7 months ago)
Like how you put this video together! A+
LQD INFO (7 months ago)
Hello! I have been watching your videos and I hit the like button for support, but I did not comment as this last week was busy. I know you are having some trouble with your building construction plans and they are not going to plan and the cost is a lot more than you thought, so have you looked at steel modular building? Check out this web site I found https://www.bucksteel.com/florida-steel-buildings/.... Have a great weekend with lots of sales! Joe B from Canada! Stay positive and everything will work out great! Peace!
To do a million would probably be volume sales over quality items
TeamHutchens (7 months ago)
Thanks for the video! We are starting with the thrift. estate, goodwills, to get our feet wet, looking to branch into wholesale, liquidations, storage units after a while. Never fear, holding on to my current full time position for now.
So Ryan & Alli I wanna know how your relationship is so strong and amazing?! Maybe I just married the wrong person again LOL but you two are adorable together!
Ancient Thoughts (2 months ago)
AGAIN? What are you doing with your life, woman?
SimonJ071 (7 months ago)
I'm just starting out.. I am trying to post for example a phone case on Amazon seller app. I found one listing of the item but the picture sucks and I want to add my own.. can't find an option to do that unless I "create a new listing" but then I'm suppose to find a sku number or some other number which I don't have of the product. Any advice would be great! Love your videos thanks!
SETH J TANNER (7 months ago)
I make approximately $400 gross profit a month As a hobby
Peter Mcfarling (7 months ago)
wish i was selling in the US on EBAY i am trying hard in the uk jus not working at the moment .if you have any tips for me it would be much appreciated . love your Chanel it is because of RALLI ROOTS i am also selling on AMAZON doing ok . great content as always Hope every thing works out withe your build. i don't want a million i am just trying to make £4,000 a month do you think it is possible with Amazon and eBay combined thanks peter
mary 2020 (7 months ago)
Hi I just started watching your channel about 2 weeks ago and I love you guys. Me and my husband are thinking about starting to sell stuff on eBay, We are thinking about starting to sell stuff that we have at home that we haven't worn or used in a long time. but my question is this, my husband has a lot of stuff that it's no longer available like timberland shoes G unit jackets. I've been looking on eBay and Amazon to get ideas of how much we should prize it but no one sells anything similar to the items we have :( . Is there another way to figure out how much we should price Stuff that is no longer available for purchase anywhere else... Thank You have a good Day :)
Susan Correia (7 months ago)
I don’t care to reach a million dolars. I’d like to be between 50-100k
Paul Ali (7 months ago)
Susan Correia shoot for the stars , higher your expectations your capable of it
Susan Correia (7 months ago)
Love this video because it’s so realistic. And I appreciate you being real. Great info as always
Monkey Beak (7 months ago)
I LOVE thrifting and thought eBay would be a great way to make money unfortunately in Canada our shipping fees are rediculous. When it was going to cost $20 to send a $15 T-Shirt to a customer on the other side of Canada I knew it wasn't going to work for me. I now sell on Amazon FBA/ Facebook Marketplace and VarageSale and love reselling. Thank you for your content and positivity it has helped a lot along the way. I love seeing a young couple being successful and enjoying life so much. All the best. Keep up the great work!
madison dunn (7 months ago)
How do you get your shipping prices so low. When I ship say an 8 Oz item I pay around $4.50
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
madison dunn buying shipping through eBay + our top rated seller discount
Jay Jay (7 months ago)
Actually call PayPal and give them a hard time for you guys! I'm praying things get better can I ask you a question where's the best place to buy dress shoes for resale yard sales or thrift stores? Thank you and God bless you by the way I'm a new subscriber within the last week
LOTUS DOLL LITTLE (7 months ago)
thanks thanks every 1 yes cost to get item and pay ur self and shipping realistic. thank u i known100k is for sure easier to do inner thought but do 1 million in yest maybe 500k but still I'd love make 150k would be my average and I think I can don
Winnie Collate (7 months ago)
Hey Ryan & Alison, You mentioned that thrifting is one way that you make part of this $1m. What other ventures make up the rest of that? i.e. amazon? wholesale? offline?
Saxton Cole (7 months ago)
Alone yes it would be very hard, but why can't the person just hire people to list the items for them as you have, or more than one person. I think it is possible to make a million with a team just by going to thrift stores. I have an insane amount of thrift stores around me and can grab countless inventory, at some point when I can hire people to do everything else but source I can make just as much as someone buying bulk too.
Tom Sawyer (7 months ago)
Even the very best of us make the dumbest mistakes sometimes. Stop hitting yourself in the head with The Hammers of Shame and Keep Positive and learn from that mistake with a newfound determination to never repeat it again.. and a renewed will to do even greater and newer things than you did before. You wanna make a million in any business than you gotta seek forgiveness and not let the past chain you down, Stay positive and look forward to today atleast . Tomorrow will take care of itself, today RIGHT NOW has enough trouble of its own. You gotta be willing to adapt and change as you go.. Grow as you Go. GROW AS YOU GO! And remember... It isnt how much you make, its how much ya save. Embrace that and you can reap what you sow. And finally.. Always, Always, Always and forever.. Tell The Truth. Scheming and lying and exagerating gives you a quick buck.. but 100% honesty can create longggg lastinggg wealth.
TennisF3ver (7 months ago)
Hi Ryan, thank you very much to you and Alli for putting in the time to make these videos, I learning a tons just watching your advise online. I just recently started to go thrifting and selling on Ebay. One thing I don't see you mention though (and it haunt my dream ever since I made my first purchase), is what do you do when stuff don't sell after 2 months? What your typical percentage of listing that actually sold? I feel like this is very important factor in managing my budget/ sale price
TennisF3ver (7 months ago)
@RALLI ROOTS Thank you, I didn't think of that, wonder if other people already known about this are it just me :), perhaps it could be an idea for your next video ? This is what makes Ebay such a great platform for small reseller because we don't have to stuck with thousand dollars worth of say... private labeled Amazon inventory, we can just send everything to auction to clear them out ! Wonderful. Thank you.
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
No worries at all :) we try to put out good content so thank you! What we do with "old" inventory is send those item to auction to clear them out. Usually 7 day auctions with a low starting price.
kadinbox gift ideas (7 months ago)
you guys rock!!!
Michelle Delibert (7 months ago)
Truly, it's always delightful watching your videos. I'm chuckling a bit with this one as you very professionally lay out the numbers and the improbability of hitting that 1 mil, yet you never said never. Well done. I've been watching your videos about 5 months now and learned so much along with the entertainment factor. Turns out you live and work up the road from me ! I have some insight to share regarding the hike in thrift store pricing you might be interested in. Come down to Manatee County one weekend. A tour and breakfast are on me. Till then, rally on.
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
:) aweee thank you! Really appreciate that! Oh no way we're neighbors, yea lets grab a cup of coffee. Shoot us an email [email protected]
Lynda Painter (7 months ago)
Great vlog, thanks Ryan!
Carla Wolf (7 months ago)
You can make a living...but you have to do more than thrift. It is a hustle....remember when I told you about our local auction house? I won a bid on a box of vintage Disney buttons. The box had a vintage Disney Star Tours press pin I never knew was there- it sold for way more than the box was won for....it is work...but so worth it!
itsAKINNDA (7 months ago)
challenge accepted
Lynda Painter (7 months ago)
Don't forget to let us know how you go LOL.
Murray Zuckerman (7 months ago)
In Pennsylvania, there is no tax on clothing. I have a sale exempt number which saves on our 6% sales tax(Philly it is 7%)/
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
Nice :) yea we have one too but we don't use it at thrift stores.
keisha carter (7 months ago)
I like how they keep it professional but still manage to have fun great team behind ever real man is a real woman keep up the good work you guys we luv you both kkarma916
Melissa Frances (7 months ago)
cats in space!!! love the shirt and thanks for a great vid!!
purplevamp666 (7 months ago)
Maths makes my head hurt! 😨. It doesn't hurt to dream though.
its our world (7 months ago)
great video your right on the money...now i would assume you probably do make 1million per year gross with everything combined including youtube and i know you have mentioned stocks a few times. but people do need to remember to get to 1million a year you guys having a partner a wife or husband as well as maybe 1 or 2 employees to help bear the weight of the load is the way to go..but they would require a pay check as well. there are also other ways to do flipping as well some people will buy a house fix it up flip it and make $10,000 per house and if they have a few workers and the home needs minimal repairs you might be able to do a house every couple months you could also rent some of these cheaper homes for residual income as well. my thinking on how to maximize both residual and straight flips would be rent to own. you can charge more for the pay off you can charge interest and should the buyer back out you keep the money they paid and start over. so if you have 2 or 3 people that back out after a couple years and it takes you 7 to 12 years to completely get rid of the house you maybe able to take a $50,000 sale point home and make a gross $150,000 by the time it sells maybe more! depending on how much your into it and the comps in the area assuming you have enough working capital that you could do say 10 homes in a decade like this you could gross $1million from that portion of your home flipping business with a average $100,000 per year gross for that decade on top of other homes you flip straight out. you can also do the same with a service business such as a ice cream shop or laundry mat buy a business that is closed. obviously have a plan to bring it back make it profitable and you can make money off it while its forsale. buy them dirt cheap from a retiring person or recently closed down. you can do flipping with cars there are car auctions. alot of car flippers run small used car lots where they flip a car they have $1,000 invested for $3,000 and if its the right type of vehicle and your price point is good you can flip several cars per month so long as you are not selling lemons if you can sell 10 cars a month, 120 a year for $2,000 gross you make $120,000 gross per year! you can learn a trade such as electronics repair or pc repair and charge $50 per hour running a very small shop in a larger city and you maybe able to charge more if your working primarily with high end tech in a rich town. the whole world is full of flips that range from a single dollar to 10s of thousands even millions if your big enough.
Resellersparadiz (7 months ago)
Thank you for keeping it real homie!!
Bryan Woodyard (7 months ago)
Love the topic!!
Ricansproject (7 months ago)
what do Insertion fee credits for auction-style items that sell exactly means?? can some help me with this question please ty and sorry for my ignorance.
paulatoday (7 months ago)
Great information, enjoyed
Sean Hutchinson (7 months ago)
Well said.
Carol MacDonald (7 months ago)
Nice cat shirt. 🐺
Six Andup (7 months ago)
You’re never gonna clear a million if you keep passing on those Apt. 9 shirts, sheesh.
Sebastian Garrison (7 months ago)
Yeah and stained pfgs for 13 dollars
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
Six Andup 🤣🤣🤣
Thanks to make this video to give a true picture. It is so hard to make money in California where I live by reselling. Growing number of resellers every day and clothing price on the increase in thrifty store and ebay's being oversaturated with items, lots of low ball offers and returns are all facts. Thank you
Melissa (7 months ago)
True and Thanks!!!
Fire Alarm How Too Guy (7 months ago)
Hey Ryan! I'm a new reseller. Can you get touch base more on how you take care of taxes like if you pay monthly to the IRS or if you pay every 6 months or a year to the IRS? Thank you soo much! Keep up the great work Ryan & Ali
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
We pay quarterly though our corporation, you would want to talk to a CPA about taxes though :)
Mr robot XX (7 months ago)
I makes millions all the time Ryan, then I woke up,love you guys and your videos. PEACE !!
isaac zerke (7 months ago)
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
I like it!
martin sheridan (7 months ago)
Johnny4ME2U (7 months ago)
Just $999,999.000 :)
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
easy! lol
Patsy Maloney (7 months ago)
Thank you for Always explaining the business. You, Alli ,& Callie make a great team!
Yo Yost (7 months ago)
Damn good video Ralli Roots great job breaking the profits down. Fantastic vid keep crushing it.
Greta Brown (7 months ago)
Is it possible to do 500,000 by yourself w/o employees?
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
Possible yes, very very hard work though.
B K (7 months ago)
I'm not stressing about making millions. I'm poor, but thrifting has helped me scrape by this year and pay all my bills on time.
Kenny Thomas (7 months ago)
nice video thanks =)
Charles Wysong (7 months ago)
Our Goodwill and Salvos doesn't charge tax so it always strikes me as odd when I hear after tax lol.
Onyx Mystique (2 months ago)
Charles Wysong He’s talking about income tax paid on the profits. That would be “take home pay” or “after taxes” if you’re self employed and don’t have withholding.
Create And Adorn (7 months ago)
But Ryan, I'd be very happy making 1/2 that - and doing 1/2 that amount of work seems a lot more probable? thanks for making this video Ryan - super fun!
Capitalist American (7 months ago)
OMG! This is so funny! We just sold a pair of shorts to a nudist resort, LOL! Lake Como Family Nudist Resort
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
hahaha! do they really "need" them lol
Sourcing Freedom (7 months ago)
All the fakers out there are going to be mad that you made this 😂❤️✌🏼
Sourcing Freedom (7 months ago)
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
lol let them be!
nathan hensn (7 months ago)
No, but it's enough to support my Meth addiction. THANKS RALLI ROOTS!
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
Wow that is awesome! Congrats :):)
nathan hensn (7 months ago)
@RALLI ROOTS Honestly though y'all gave me encouragement to sell the stuff I don't need, but already own and for that I thank you. I've also made 300$ last weekend from thrifting so thank you for that too.
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
lol, you're welcome?
Peanut Power 88 (7 months ago)
Hey guys, one thing you all are helping me with being new, is to not be afraid to ask for a high price on your quality items and not to be afraid to wait to a sale. I was nervous that things wouldn’t sell but after about 2 months of reselling it’s getting easier to wait for the right price. Thanks for all your help!
RALLI ROOTS (7 months ago)
That is awesome! Yes, holding your prices is a very important thing! Glad we can help :)
greengiant311 (7 months ago)
Love the Capsule Corp. shirt

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