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Friday, June 14th, 2019

People can use a number of unscrupulous tricks to misrepresent the items they are trying to sell. They can hide or mislead you regarding the age or condition of antique items. They can also try to mislead reputable auction houses into selling fake items. You can find a way around many of these misrepresentations by using a blacklight, which can reveal a lot of information about the condition of an antique. You should always work with reliable auction dealers who stand behind the authenticity of their items as well.

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Do you need to replace your combine harvester? Have you purchased additional land and need to add one to your farming fleet? Either way, don’t overlook purchasing your next combine at auction because you could miss out on some big savings! This post will go over everything you need to know about purchasing a combine harvester at auction.

Friday, May 24th, 2019

Downsizing can be a challenge when you are accustomed to increasing your inventory rather than selling. This is often needed, though, if you have found it difficult to make a profit or stay in a large location. The downsizing process creates a new set of issues, like laying off employees or changing future plans for your business. You may also have to sell some of your inventory or office items.

Monday, May 20th, 2019

When considering your next car purchase, you might be thinking about talking to a dealership or looking through newspaper ads to buy from an individual. You have other options, though, that include looking on Craigslist and attending an auction. These are the pros and cons of looking on Craigslist as well as attending an auction.

Monday, April 29th, 2019

There are many great deals you can find at a heavy equipment auction including vehicles, farm equipment, and supplies. Whether you are familiar with these auctions or will be attending one for the first time, it is good to understand the process. Here are some tips to help you know what to do at auction.

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Technology has changed how you can pay for your new car at auction. You no longer have to walk into a sale with a pocket full of cash to buy a personal or business vehicle. Auction houses now have the ability to verify your funds, enabling them to offer you different payment options. This means you don’t need a dealers license to buy the car you want. Common payment methods include checks, financing, credit cards, and cash.

Friday, April 19th, 2019

If you collect antique guns, you should think about the best option for handling this part of your estate. Discussing this can be uncomfortable and stressful, especially if you have items of significant sentimental or monetary value. There could be problems for your beneficiaries, executors, and family members if you do not plan ahead. Understanding your options for estate management can help you decide how best to handle your antique gun collection.

Monday, April 15th, 2019

When you are looking to buy heavy equipment or work vehicles, an auction should be your first choice. You have a few things to consider when you begin searching for a new piece of large machinery. Being realistic is the primary consideration, and that means you don’t need the latest model off the assembly line to complete a job. New is not always better (although it may look nicer) and there are often more benefits to buying used machines and vehicles.

Friday, April 12th, 2019

There are several ways to get a car these days. You could go to a dealership, find private sales, get a hand-me-down, and even buy online and have a car shipped directly to your house. Another option is to go to a car auction. Most people see this is a last resort, so it is okay to be a little skeptical.

Monday, February 18th, 2019

If you are looking to sell your guns, whether they are new or antiques, you likely have many questions. Besides understanding federal and state regulations, there are many other things to consider before selling. This includes what type of auction you should choose and valuing your collection.