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      If you were able to acquire bulk carpeting at 60% off retail, do you think you could make at least a 25% profit for yourself after shipping and advertising costs? Would that be a worthwhile investment?
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      25% on the 60% cost? (25% * .6 = 15% profit on the final sale price). Or 25% of the final sale price?

      15% sounds tight unless you are selling it in bulk yourself. It depends on what type of carpeting it is. Is it single carpets? Or carpeting to lay during, for example, a redecoration?

      At the moment properties are cheap, many investors are buying cheap, redecorate the property, and then rent out. If it is carpeting you are referring to then we think it's an opportunity right now. If however you mean single carpets, that will depend on the value of the carpet. If the carpet is worth a lot, 15% of that value will still be a lot, and will allow you to advertise accordingly. Rich people are buying and taking advantage of the recession.
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