Ever wonder how Generation Z, aka Gen Z, plugs into auctions? Born between the mid-1990s to the early 2010s, this demographic group probably have a different understanding of the term “auction” than previous generations. Also known as the Centennial Generation, this cohort group has a keen sense of social issues and trends. Members of Gen…
If you own and operate on-road commercial trucks in California, you may need an auctioneer, and you don’t even know it! Recently, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) implemented new emissions regulations for cars and trucks in California. Most older trucks will not make the cut. These trucks will need to be sold and those funds…
The AARE designation sets apart auctioneers committed to continuing their education in the ever-changing real estate market.
This select group of auction professionals have the skills to create and implement a comprehensive marketing strategy with modern techniques.
CAI stands for Certified Auctioneers Institute, and it is the highest earned designation offered by the National Auctioneers Association.
With all the available options, here are 10 reasons you should choose the auction method to sell your assets.
How many women are auctioneers? When you picture an auctioneer, you’re not wrong if that image includes a man in a cowboy hat. That is a historically, and even currently, accurate depiction of a typical auctioneer. But it’s hardly the whole picture.
If you’re asking whether or not auctioneers compete for business, the answer is—of course! But there’s a different type of competition that lives in the world of auctions, and it’s more exciting than you might think.
Looking to sell farm equipment? Here are nine ways to increase the value of your used. equipment before selling.
Is your postage stamp collection worth more than face value? This is a common question heard by coin and stamp auction specialists every week.
In broad terms, a “priceless” item is something you’re not going to buy off the shelf. But using the term in fundraising isn’t so simple.
When you think of eBay, what comes to mind? Likely, it’s the concept of competitive bidding and auctions. However, eBay is not, by any definition, a true auction.
We’ve answered some questions people ask before and during bidding in an online auction. Now let’s take a look at what happens after.
While it might take some forethought and a little bit of effort, you can find tons of treasures at auctions for your valentine. Here are our top 14 picks.
Online auctions conducted by auctioneers are thriving around the world. We’ve answered some questions people ask before bidding in an auction.
If you’re interested in online auctions, here are some common questions and answers people ask before bidding in an online auction.
If you’re considering buying or selling at auction, your first thought is likely, how do I find an auctioneer? We can help.
Supply chain disruptions and shortages are leading many buyers to auctions. Here’s why auctions work in times of scarcity and plenty.
Selling a home inevitably involves determining its value. But who can you really trust to achieve true market value?
If you’re looking to raise more money for your nonprofit (and, aren’t we all?), a professional auctioneer can help.
As a buyer, it’s important to ensure your personally identifiable information remains safe, including at auctions.
Professional fundraising auctioneers understand the single most important thing you can do during a nonprofit event: Tell a story.
We asked the members of the National Auctioneers Association about the strange items that have come across their auction blocks. From the creepy to the cool, here’s what they told us.
If you need to retract a bid at an online auction, contact the company immediately. This gives you the best chance to have options.
Want to be an auctioneer? If you love helping people, solving problems, and being your own boss, the auction industry is waiting for you.
Think you need a suitcase full of cash to buy a home at auction? Many auction homebuyers utilize a traditional home loan process.
The current real estate market is extremely competitive. It’s a seller’s market. Home inventory is low, and buyers are left making blind offers, hoping the seller will accept. For this reason, auctions are increasing in popularity.
You did it! After a bidding war, you won that item. The collectible, the car, the couch—whatever it was you were bidding on is now yours. So what are the next steps?
Humans have been attending auctions for centuries, so you’re likely familiar with the concept—personal and commercial assets and homes sold at a fast pace to the person willing to pay the most. It’s a simple concept that still intimidates some buyers. Attending an auction is fun and exciting! Here are five tips to help you…
So you have some land you’re wanting to sell and you’re looking to get the most money possible. One way you can maximize your property’s value is by subdividing the land into multiple lots. A traditional approach to selling land may consist of getting some aerial photos, printing the tax card, posting it on the…
Annually, National Auctioneers Week is the week leading up to the first Saturday in May. For 2021, this falls on April 26 – May 1, which is National Auctioneers Day. You may notice more people talking about auctions this week. It’s not a fluke. It’s National Auctioneers Week, celebrating one of the oldest professions in…
Traditional real estate almost always includes a period of time for inspections, sometime leading to re-negotiation. However, selling a home at auction regularly does not include an inspection. So how can you be sure you’re bidding with confidence? To understand why auctions don’t regularly include inspections involves understanding that the auction method is known to…
Have you ever wondered what questions to ask when hiring an auctioneer? Maybe you are looking to sell your home, a collection of antiques, or surplus items from your business. The possibilities with auctions are literally endless. We’ve already discussed how to prepare for your search; but, what questions do you ask an auctioneer once…