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Top 3 Tips For Buying Office Furniture
« on: June 30, 2010, 06:20:56 AM »
The topic of office furniture is about as exciting as watching
the grass grow to some people. Generally, these people see
buying office furniture as a necessary evil which requires them
to search through the numerous offering of different
manufacturers to finally find that perfect piece that they've
been looking for. While the topic of office chairs and other
office furniture items might seem a little dull to the new
shopper, there are plenty of ways to make it exciting. Yes.

1) Let's start with Ebay. Guess what? Ebay is one of the largest
(if not the largest) shopping experiences in the world right now
(and probably into the near future). Ebay has grown massively
during the last and it currently the largest used car dealer on
the planet. How does this relate to office furniture? Simple.
Office furniture can be bought on Ebay. And cheaply. I regularly
buy items for 50% off on Ebay. Maybe someone had a business that
didn't work out so well and now all their equipment is for sale
on Ebay. Their loss is your gain. Why pay $800 for a new chair
when you can buy one slightly used for $250? No brainer. Ebay is
the way to go.

2) Don't buy more than you actually need. Office furniture is
quite versatile. Buying a slightly larger desk can take the
place of two smaller ones if you know how to arrange it
properly. In fact, buying one large used piece of office
furniture might cost only ¼ as much as 2 small new pieces. The
key is to buy the best bang for the buck.

3) Look into leasing or renting office furniture. Now this is
one good tip- I'm sorry to say I can't take credit for it
myself. This is a fantastic way to keep your cash flow in your
pocket while enjoying the benefits of a brand new office. New
chairs, new desks, new everything: all for a very low up front
price. The big thing to look out for here is to make sure that
you are truly getting a good deal. To say there are conartists
out there is a huge understatement. Read the fine print
carefully and make sure that what you are paying is less than
buying it outright. However, with a little bit of homework, it
really isn't that hard to get a good deal by renting or leasing.
Check it out.
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