Serving the area for over 20 years.



* Quick disposal reduces long-term carrying costs, including taxes & maintenance

* Assurance that property will be sold at true market value

* Exposes the property to a large number of pre-qualified prospects

* Accelerates the sale

* Creates competition among buyers - auction price can exceed the price of a negotiated sale

* Requires potential buyers to pre-qualify for financing

* The seller knows exactly when the property will sell

* Eliminates numerous and unscheduled showings

* Takes the seller out of the negotiation process

* Ensures an aggressive marketing program that increases interest and visibility

The essence of auctioning is competitive bidding. An auction brings buyers together at one time and place to compete with each other by raising the bid. And because everyone knows that the property will be sold then and there, that competition takes place under a sense of urgency absent from any other method. Terms and conditions are present and non-negotiable, avoiding inspections and appraisal issues; the property is sold AS-IS. In order to bid, potential buyers must present a cashier's check, before the auction opens. The high bidder simply endorses that check over as part a pre-determined down payment required when the auction concludes. Pre-prepared contracts are signed then and there. Closing usually occurs within 30 days.