Step 1:   

Email or call us to receive copies of all documents for the property in mind. As always feel free to ask any and all questions

Step 2: 

Schedule a showing or visit our Open House. Bidder packets will also be available

Step 3: 

Register to bid the day of Auction (arrive at least 30 min. prior to start) by filling out a bidder’s card and submit your cashier’s check.  The amount of your cashier’s check can be found on our website, the auction brochure, or by calling our office. Your check will be returned if you are not the winning bidder. If you are the lucky winning bidder, your check will be applied towards the purchase.

Step 4:  

Determine how much you are willing to pay for this property. Because your needs and desires are unique, your evaluations of the property will most likely be different from the other bidders at the auction. For any questions regarding value or the auction process, please see a bid assistant at the registration table.

Step 5:   

As the auctioneer progresses with her call for bids, simply raise your hand when you would like to place a bid.  This process is repeated until the property is sold.  Please note that the auctioneer will not let you bid against yourself. If you have any questions in regards to what is going on around you, motion to one of the bid assistants.  They are here to help you in any way possible.

Step 6:  

If you are the winning Bidder proceed to the contract area after the auction closes.  A member of the auction team will ask you to sign the Auction Purchase documents. 


If you are interested in placing an offer on a property that is listed for auction, pre-offers are always welcome. As a serious buyer, we welcome the opportunity to sell any property prior to the auction. Please call our office to talk with an Auctioneer about placing an offer on an upcoming auction.

What Our Clients Say

“Cindi you really did everything you said you would do. I am so grateful to our good friends who told us about you. We never thought about auction before. We thought it was only for problem properties, AND, we were wrong, auction is for great properties also. This has been such a great experience. We are just so happy with the price you got and the work you did for us. Thank you again”