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Reader Question: Where Can I Sell Furniture in Manila?

Discover where you can sell unused or secondhand pieces in the city

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Original Article: Issa Villar

Q: Is there a place here in Manila that buys or trades used furniture—although technically, the ones I'm planning to sell are unused? -Lorra Elena Angbue-Te via Facebook 

A: It really depends on what kind of furniture you are selling, but it won't hurt to try and ask shops that sell secondhand furniture like the ones along Kamuning, Quezon City; Evangelista in Makati, or the Manila Arts and Antique pavilions at the Philtrade Complex near CITEM, Pasay City.

If you're not in a hurry, look for a vendor that can give you the best price for your item. Make sure you have clear pictures and a good description of the piece to help you sell it.

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