So the Geico Gecko is having a yard sale, but it looks as though he's just holding the sale as a way to draw more customers to the services offered by his employer, Geico Insurance. He's able to do this because a young couple admiring a tiny piece of furniture chirpily comment that they own a new home. I've been to enough yard sales to know that mentioning how a particular piece of junk would look good in a New Home I Just Bought will naturally bring a sales pitch for homeowner's insurance, so this is super-realistic even if it does include a CGI lizard with an Australian Accent.
Also seems to me that if a tiny rocking chair would be "perfect" for their new home, pretty much everything else being sold by this lizard would also look perfect, because this particular couple intends to decorate their home with tiny furnishings. To each his own, I guess. I must say they were quite lucky to stumble into this particular yard sale; in my previously mentioned extensive lawn sale experience, I've rarely found such a large collection of miniatures as this one has. Aren't a whole lot of CGI Geckos out there holding yard sales?
Here's a universal rule about these sales, though: The item is not for sale because it's on the lawn, it's on sale if the owner says it is. The tables the items are on are also on the lawn; doesn't mean they are for sale. The stupid talking lizard and the couple themselves are on the lawn; probably neither are for sale. Don't think you're going to call a cop and an attorney even if a tagged item is withdrawn from sale. These people are throwing weight around they simply don't have. Why am I overthinking this? Shut up, that's why.