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Friday, July 10th, 2015

There are a few things to keep in mind while you’re choosing an auctioneer. Don’t be afraid to ask the tough questions and make sure you’re on the same page as your auctioneer before putting your farm equipment in their hands. The experience of the auctioneer and his staff is critical, so be sure to find out. You’ll also need to know how they find buyers, how appraisals work and what details the auction company handles, to name a few. Consider these factors because it’s important to pick the best auctioneer so you get a great price for your farm equipment and have a positive experience.

Friday, July 10th, 2015

If you’re interested in a farm equipment auction but aren’t familiar with the process, here are some pointers. Before the auction, you’ll need to get registered and select the pieces you want to bid on. Pay attention because when the item hits the auction block, bidding may be fast. If you can’t attend the auction, you may be able to bid online or by phone. Immediately after you win, you’ll need to pay for your purchase and arrange to take it home. Whether you are looking for tractors, trucks, implements, graders or towing equipment, be prepared so you don’t miss out on the farm equipment you want.

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Looking for a farm equipment auction but not sure where to start? There are multiple ways to be alerted when there are nearby auctions so you’ll never miss a great farm equipment auction. Putting your name on your favorite auction company’s mailing list is a great place to start. Reviewing the ads in newsletters and newspapers is helpful, too. But in today’s world of technology, you’d be wise to “like” your favorite auction companies on Facebook and other social media sites to get the most current updates and news regarding farm equipment auctions. And don’t forget to network with others interested in farm equipment auctions.

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Life surprises us. Suddenly our world can turn upside down. When faced with the loss of a loved one, a long distance move, a change in finances or maybe even a sudden illness we are forced to shoulder the burden. Many times that includes liquidating assets and property as quickly and efficiently as possible so that we can move forward. It is not an easy task, but hiring an auction company to help you divest of assets and property at an estate sale is an efficient way to complete the process quickly and with a minimal investment of time and money.

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Auctions have a wide variety of items up for bid. Among the most popular items are variances of a single item, like a gun. However, there are some restrictions involved in buying and selling firearms. You may also be wondering, when is licensing required for a gun? Being informed before you go to auction will land you with the right gun for the right price.

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Speed is key when it comes to conducting an auction. The faster you sell your possessions, the sooner you can divest yourself of your possessions and collect your money. To that end, there are some different auction types available that can help you clear out your closets, houses, storerooms, and barns, quickly and efficiently. Each auction type has its similarities and differences, advantages and disadvantages, and you will want to consider each auction type carefully before making a decision.

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

It’s common knowledge these days, that if you have unwanted stuff or if you’re looking for more stuff without paying full price, a garage sale is a good place to start. Bargain hunters spend much of any given weekend looking through neighborhood garage sales for the deal that will make them happy. Besides garage sales, you should also check out estate auctions. The idea is quite similar. People who have things they can’t use anymore try to sell to those people who need them. Below are some differences in an estate auction and a garage sale.

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Shabby chic borrows from everything and anything and brings them all together into one modern design. This design is all about making new furniture look old, and utilizing antiques for a fresh look. Be ready to find shabby chic items anywhere from your grandmother’s house to your local estate auction.