Monday, April 25, 2011

Auction season on site estates sales insider secrets

Almost everyone loves an auction.
But, this is the time of year that auction fans love most.
Why? Because the auctions that take place on site ( at the estate home ), are not organized. The auctioneer's helpers move the things outside and sometimes will miss an important item that may be hidden in a box lot. That is the kind of auction that you can really get lucky, or not.
                                 Tip number 1
Check your auction listings early. The on line site to do this is,                                 
                                  Tip number 2
Get to the auction at least 1 to 2 hours early. This is a must do. When you get there early, you avoid the long line to sign up for your bidding number. You find a good place to park, and you are able to examine everything, everywhere at the auction site.
                                   Tip number 3
If possible, take someone with you. When you are a winning bidder, it is your reasonability to guard the things you just got. No matter where you are, there's always someone that just might take your items while you are busy bidding on more things. This could happen accidentally, or on purpose, either way, once you stuff is gone, you still have to pay for it.
  Oh, and wear a hat, it gets hot under the sun.
That's three very important tips for you to remember.
This topic will be covered in several blogs.
Next blog's topic, The bidding war, don't miss it :-)

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