Nowadays, people seen to talk a lot about the circular economy, but this has always been here: even in the Keynesian theory of Economy, which focuses on scarcity, there is the seed of abundance: every stage of existence of some thing is finding its place where people accept it. There are those who are the early adopters, buying stuff because it is new and "hot". When they are done with it, it either gets sold secondhand, or simply donated to friends or companies that focus on finding those things a new home.
Weird thing is, if the owners focus only on maximizing their monetary gains, they will find that they have trouble selling because nobody wants to pay their prices. Sure, sometimes you need cash, in order to help a friend at the other end of the planet because their Mum got sick, or simply because they ran out of gas to cook their food.