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.
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.
Once a piece is listed as ‘for sale at auction’ we are unable to pre-sell the item. If you are looking to purchase equipment outright, we have a large inventory database and multiple showrooms across North America to meet your needs.
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We do not provide shipping, however we will prepare items for shipping and load trucks for a fee. While it is the buyer’s responsibility to arrange shipping, we are happy to provide resources to help facilitate the process.
Buyers are responsible for all applicable state, county, and city sales taxes at our auctions. If items are purchased for RESALE, please bring, fax, or email a copy of your Resale Certificate to the sale.
We accept cash, PayPal (online only), cashier’s checks, Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.
Removal timeframes will vary, but are generally three business days after the close of the auction. A removal schedule will be announced and posted on sale day. Removal deadlines are concrete and non-negotiable, and bidders should keep them in mind before their purchases finalize. If bidders are unable to gather their items in the time allotted, the items [...]