Old university textbooks collecting dust, that iPhone you upgraded, that bike you used once, watches you no longer wear and that sofa you no longer sit on – lots of us are guilty of holding on to items for longer than we should.
But what if selling them on would not only free up space in your home, but make you some extra cash too? Win, win.
has taken the stress out of working out what your old items are worth by compiling a list of the most Googled second-hand household items in 2018. And there's some surprising entries on the list, including office chairs, golf clubs and wedding dresses.
Could you be sitting on a small fortune? Scroll down to find out. And whilst you're searching the attic or garage, have a look for the most valuable board games too.
Unless it's a special edition copy or a particularly rare title, it’s perhaps unlikely that a single book is going to sell for a lot, but this one is all about quantity, not quality.
In 2018, books were the most searched for second-hand household item, so scan your bookshelves for those unwanted novels and textbooks and get them sold.
With new phone models constantly hitting the shelves, many Brits will have old handsets lying around the home, with fancy upgrades rendering older devices redundant.
But just because you no longer need the phone, it doesn’t mean that no-one else would want it, with the iPhone 6 the second most searched for used household item in 2018.
While people are generally against the idea of buying expensive products second-hand, it appears that Sony’s Playstation 4 bucks the trend.
The PS4 was the most searched for second-hand games console in 2018, so if you’ve stopped playing yours as much as you used to, it might be worth putting it up for sale – there’s certainly a demand for them.
There’s a lot of interest online in second-hand sofas, with the steep price tag of brand new models often putting people off.Used sofas were the most searched-for second-hand pieces of furniture, so if you have a spare in your house, or are looking for an upgrade, then consider selling rather than just throwing it away.
Cycling is a great way to get exercise while exploring your local area, but if you have a bike and you simply aren’t getting your use out of it, then someone else will.
The same applies to children’s bikes that have been outgrown. Declutter your garage and make some money!
The bride’s wedding dress is one of the most important elements of the ceremony, but once the big day has been and gone, just how likely are you to ever wear it again?
Rather than letting it gather dust in your loft, take advantage of the huge online interest in second-hand dresses and swap it for cash.
The interest in second-hand games consoles doesn’t stop at the PS4, with its main rival, the Xbox One, also popular in the market.
As long as your console works well, it can sell for good money online, with second-hand games also desirable.
Golf clubs are a staple of the British garage. If you’re one of the many Brits who once considered golf as a new hobby, before gradually losing interest, get rid of those clubs and earn yourself some money.
Watches are another good seller in the second-hand market, especially if they are made by a designer brand.
Rolexes are the main attraction, with many models retaining or even appreciating in value.
Taking the last place on Good Move’s list is office furniture, with people looking for bargain pieces to kit out their home study.
If you’ve got a spare desk or work chair lying around, get it listed online and someone could take it off your hands for a nice sum.