Letgo is the most popular local selling app on this list, and it rightfully should be because it is incredibly easy to use and you can literally have an item up for sale in less than a minute.
Snap a picture of what you'd like to sell, set a price you'd like to sell it for, and then choose a category that it best fits into.
You can stop there or you can add some additional details like a title (which Letgo does a pretty job of giving you an automatic title based on your photo) and a description.
You also have the option of changing your price and location and sharing the item you'd like to sell on Facebook.
Potential buyers can contact you through the Letgo app chat feature to ask questions or agree to buy. The only downfall is that there aren't any transactions made through the app, you'll have to figure that out between you and the buyer.
OfferUp is another one of the more popular selling apps, walking you through four easy steps to sell your stuff to people near you.
Take 1-4 photos and enter a title for what you're selling, chose a category and item condition and enter an optional description, set your price, and then verify your location and optionally share your listing to Facebook.
Notifications let you know when someone is interested, making it easy to keep track of everything. Once you find an interested buyer, agree on a place to meet and figure out how you'll get paid.
5miles is another great local selling app that will help you old treasures become someone's new treasures.
You'll need to add at least one photo of the item you are selling (you can add more), choose the category your item best fits into, and upload an optional video.
You can enter a description, price, and choose your location before posting. Once it's posted you can choose to share your listing on Facebook or Twitter.
5miles takes their selling app a step further than the others, allowing users to also list garage sales, local services, housing, and even jobs.
There's also the ability for the buyer to pay you through 5miles Wallet, using their debit or credit card or you can choose to exchange payment the traditional way.
If you're looking for a selling app to sell your car, Blinker is heads above the rest of the apps.
To get started, you simply take a photo of the back of your car and Blinker fills in all your vehicle details including make model, engine, transmission, color, and even the BlackBook value.
Set your price, write a description, and you're all ready to list your car for sale.
Interested buyers can set up test drives, negotiate, and even pay right through the Blinker app.
Facebook Marketplace is part of the Facebook app, making it the most convenient selling app since you probably already have the Facebook app.
You'll need to click on the shop icon at the bottom of your Facebook app to access the shop.
Selling is just as easy as it is with the other selling apps. Snap a photo and then enter the item name, description, and price. You then confirm your location and choose a category before posting.
You can choose to post it to all of the local Marketplace audience or specific buy and sell groups that you belong to.
Close5 is a selling app created by Ebay that focuses on staying local, so you can sell your stuff to people who live in your local area.
To create a new listing, you'll need to take or choose an existing photo, write a description, and set a price and location. You can also share the listing on Facebook.
Close5 has the option of letting you set a "Best Offer" price which allows potential buyers to throw out a price instead of you setting one. This is a great feature if you really have no idea how much you would offer.
Trove is a selling app that focuses on selling and buying used or new furniture in your own town or area.
To put a piece of your furniture up for sale, take a photo and then choose a category it best fits into. Add a title and a description and then it's time to get into the details.
You can list without any details but chances are that someone buying furniture is going to want some more information before they buy. Trove makes this easy by setting up fields for you to list the condition, depth, height, width, and brand.
You'll need to sign-in with Google or Facebook before you are allowed to complete your listing at Trove.
The selling app VarageSale makes it easy and quick to sell and buy items in your neighborhood.
It only takes a few minutes to put an item up for sale. You'll need a title, description, price, and a category.
Facebook sign-in is required at VarageSale and admins will make sure you have a real name and profile photo before your listing becomes active.
Shpock is a selling app who's motto is "The boot sale app for beautiful things" that focuses on selling great looking used goods near you.
Listing an item is very easy here, you'll need a title, description, category, and price. You can share your listing on Facebook as well.
Shpock is free but they have a premium membership that gets rid of ads, lets you add more photos, and the ability to move your listings to the top of search results.
9 Best Local Selling Apps
Download These Free Buy and Sell Apps
These local selling apps have finally made it quick and easy to sell and buy stuff in your own neighborhood. In less than a minute you can list an item and get one step closer to making some cash and clearing out items you no longer want.
With these selling apps, you'll just need to take a photo of the item you want to sell, set your price, write a short description, and pick a category. Buyers can contact you inside the app and you can set up a time to meet and get paid. Some of these apps even let you take payment right inside the app.
Once you've chosen a selling app that has the features you like, take a look and see how many items are listed in your local area. There are probably a few apps that are most popular where you are which means you'll get the widest audience for the items you're selling.
Remember that when you are selling or buying through these local apps that you meet at a public area that you feel comfortable with. There's no reason to risk your safety when you're selling your stuff.