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Poshmark's New Home Market Allows Users to Sell Home Goods, Decor, and More


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Social commerce apps like Poshmark are arguably the easiest ways to shop secondhand. And now, eight years after launching as a fashion platform, Poshmark is expanding its secondhand offerings into a new sector. Beginning today, Tuesday, June 11, Poshmark is officially launching a Home Market, which will allow users to sell and shop home goods, decor, and more, a representative for the app tells Green Matters. To learn more about Poshmark's first foray away from fashion, Green Matters spoke with Tracy Sun, Poshmark's co-founder and SVP of New Markets.

Poshmark, which was founded in 2011, previously only allowed customers to sell clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, et cetera. In July 2018, the company launched Posh Markets, which are categories to make shopping on Poshmark easier. The Home Market joins a variety of other markets that Poshmark has launched over the last year, including luxury, prom, maternity, plus-size, activewear, prom, and more. But while all the previous markets were, essentially, things you put on your body, the Home Market is branching out of your closet and into the rest of your house.