Auction Process

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Is An Auction Right For You?

Choosing to have an auction is the simplest, most effective way to disperse both real estate and personal property in many situations.  Having a specified date in which property will be sold often relieves much of the stress that comes with dispersing of property in many situations such as estates and planned downsizing.  Having an auction can also help to eliminate long term holding costs which can eat away at your bottom line.  When it is time to make a move, regardless of the reason, there are many things to consider.  At Green Auction, our goal is to make this process as easy and stress free as possible.  We can help you make the best decision for your situation to get the most beneficial outcome.  Whether your auction is large or small, our professional staff can handle on site or consignments as well as provide professional, timely marketing to achieve the highest exposure and realize the best value for your property.   We frequently sell farms and equipment, estates, real estate, antiques, collections, tools, equipment, and so much more.  Feel free to contact us to discuss your possibilities.

Auction Preparation

Once the decision is made to have an auction, we take it from there.  Our staff begins the process of sorting, photographing, researching, as well as implementing a specific marketing plan for your auction, including on site, in print, and online to extend our reach globally.  We handle all of the details for you.  We settle our auctions within 15 banking days from the auction date.  An itemized list of merchandise sold will be provided with your settlement.

We are happy to give you an onsite review and discuss your specific needs at your convenience.  Our fees are based on the location and quality and quantity of the items/merchandise to be auctioned.  We look forward to assisting you.

Terms & Conditions

All statements made day of auction supersede any previous written or oral representation.

All sales are “AS-IS, WHERE-IS”.  There are no warranties, express or implied

Not responsible for accidents

Once an item is “SOLD” the buyer assumes responsibility for safeguard, collection/removal and payment of that item(s).

Buyers assume all responsibility for safeguarding their Bid Number.

The Auctioneer and Auction Staff are agents of the Seller(s).

The Auctioneer and /or Auction Staff reserve the right to bid on any item offered for sale.

Absentee Bids will be accepted.  A member(s) of the Auction Staff will bid for the absentee bidder(s).  The absentee bidder assumes the responsibility for pick-up and payment.

In the case of tie bids or bid disputes, the final authority rests with the Auctioneer

The Auctioneer determines the order of the sale and reserves the right to change the order, combine lots/items and eliminate lots/items as necessary.

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