They claim that most of their units end up making little to no money, and that in fact they follow the 80%/20% rule in that they make 80% of their profit from 20% of the units they buy.
Recurring character Robin "Big Sis" Matte, died May 12, 2014, at the age of 37 from stage 4 ovarian cancer that moved to her lungs. A memorial appeared at the end of the first episode of the 5th season.
We can only assume that with all of those transactions Allen’s making he needs to somehow keep track of what’s going on.
Allen also had a store on e Bay that sold old collectibles. In California, primarily Los Angeles, he began buying and selling antiques again, this time searching estate sales, thrift stores, and storage units.
His many years in the business proved to be key when he was approached by Style Network to be the Clean House show. Although he reached modest success on television he decided to continue with his resale business.
In June 2011, Spike announced that it had ordered a third season of auction hunters with 15 episodes.
The show follows Allen Haff, and Clinton Jones (aka 'Ton'), who have experience in a variety of fields including guns and mystery safes, as they participate in storage unit auctions throughout Southern California and occasionally other locations around the United States.
Auction Hunters is an American reality television series that premiered on November 9, 2010, on Spike and is produced by Gurney Productions Inc. In June 2011, Spike announced that it had ordered a third season of 26 episodes.
In August 2012, Spike announced that it had ordered a fourth season of 26 episodes. Watch Now When their truck breaks down, Ton and Allen lay it all on the line to raise money to fix her.
From a young age he had an intense interest in all types of weaponry.
Auction Hunters is an American scripted reality television series that premiered on November 9, 2010, on Spike.
But if you’re thinking he’s got a lot of money for just buying and reselling stuff, think about it this way – even Allen doesn’t have enough money to buy the world’s most expensive table.
At a price tag of .6 million dollars for the Tufft Rococo Table, Allen might just have to work another 80 years to get it.
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