To learn more about non-property specific auction practices, please visit our Auction FAQ’s and What to Expect pages
A buyer’s premium is a fee added to the final bid. Usually the Buyer’s Premium is 10% and is paid for by the Buyer. *Bankrupt assets do not have a buyer’s premium added because the Seller pays the fee.
Unless otherwise stated, full payment is due by the end of the auction day in the form of cash, cashier’s check, credit card, or wire transfer made payable to the escrow company (or Ch. 7 Bankruptcy Trustee).
Unless otherwise stated, the Bidder is responsible to pay for all title fees and closing costs. If a property is offered for auction and no title company has been employed (i.e. in a bankruptcy case) the Buyer can always choose any title company they want to issue title insurance.
Yes. All bidders are encouraged to personally physically inspect the subject property PRIOR to auction to satisfy themselves with the subject property in its entirety. Unlike a traditional real estate transaction where you make an offer, then you conduct a 10-day inspection; Buying at auction requires the bidder conduct their own independent inspections, appraisals, [...]
Yes. If you are not paying with cash, please get pre-qualified through a lending institution up to the amount of your bid.
No. Real estate taxes are levied and paid annually through the county assessor.
We are a full service company that will make every effort to help you sell your equipment. Our experts will consult with you to assess the value of the assets and determine which of our three methods will convert your asset into cash promptly and with greatest success.
YES. We accept all absentee bids at our live auctions. Please contact us for more information.
Yes. Each auction listing will have information regarding where the items are located and a scheduled preview time.