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How Your Bags Can Be An Investment Asset

A few months back, the internet went haywire when Laura Ikeji, the sister of popular Nigerian blogger and businesswoman, Laura Ikeji made a statement. She said she invested 10.5 million naira on a designer bag. Many people criticized her because such an investment seemed bogus and unachievable. While Laura Ikeji's critics may be right; she is not wrong either. 

Your bags can be an investment opportunity for you only if you manage them well. Not all bags are investment options, but the ones that fit can give you some value for your money and profits. Check out ways your bags can be a great investment plan.

Durability is important

Buying a luxury bag doesn't mean you are throwing away your money. A typical luxury bag can last about 5 - 10 years. It can take lots of beating and still look like you just bought it.

You don't spend much on maintenance

Designer bags don't need much for you to maintain them. You don't need to polish or make it shine to appear beautiful. The exorbitant price you pay has cover-up for all this.

You can re-sell

When you buy a luxury bag, you aren't just buying a fashion piece to complement your look but also an accessory with a high re-sellable value. If you have carried your bag to the point that you are tired, you may re-sell it on e-commerce sites like eBay, Jumia, or Amazon.

Customer service

You can rely on positive and responsive customer care service when you buy a luxury bag. You don't need to go to their store before lodging any complaint. All you need is to email or call them, and they will offer solutions to whatever issues you face.

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