The resale value is something to keep in mind when purchasing or owning a pool table. In many ways, a pool table can in most cases be associated with a car. As soon as you take this new car out of the party, it will tremendously lose value. The same is true for your table in most cases. However, just being depreciated does not mean that it is worthless after purchase.
It is important to note that there are differences between the quality of each brand. Usually, you can distinguish them in two categories. Mass production and domestic heirloom. Now, typically a mass produced table will be a cheaper cheaper price product, while a native heirloom will be a customized solid wood product.
Brand awareness is a factor in the value of resale at the local heirloom level. However, most often, the more common the name, the more common the table is, so in the long run you can get less for it. This is just because of the “popular” styles of flooding the market. Something a little more brand-recognized will still lose a lot of value, but you will still get more than half your money back even in a “common” model.
The mass or “import” table produced typically loses over 80% after initial setup. Often more studies need to be done on these models before a realistic resale is suggested. On average, you can expect a maximum of $ 500 in the resale of one of these pool tables.
When people go out to buy a used pool table, they trust their brand names with great margins compared to others. These tables are produced to be long-lasting. In most cases, all he has to pay besides the table is the professional moving cost and perhaps the new pool table cover.