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Advantages of the Auction Method


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Sunday,
Sept. 21, 2014
1 p.m.
Trennouth Gray Estate Auction
1020 Magnolia West, Excelsior Springs, MO
Details and Photos Online Now!



Wednesday,
Sept. 24, 2014
6 p.m.
Coin Auction
North Country Community Center, Lawson, MO
Listing Online Now!
Online Bidding and Photos through Proxibid!



Saturday,
Sept. 27, 2014
10 a.m.
Leland and Carole Jones Real Estate and Personal Property Auction
38198 W. 124th St., Richmond, MO
Real Estate will be offered as 12 Noon
Listing and Photos Online Now!
Online Bidding and Photos through Proxibid!



Sunday,
Sept. 28, 2014
10 a.m.
Gun Related Estate
North Country Community Center, Lawson, MO
Listing and Photos Online Now!



Saturday,
October 11, 2014
Duck's Unlimited Auction
North Country Community Center, Lawson, MO
Watch for Details!



Sunday,
October 19, 2014
Gun Shop Closing - D & D Guns from Gower, Mo.
North Country Community Center, Lawson, MO
Online Bidding and Photos through Proxibid!



Advantages of the Auction Method

The seller gets to determine the date and time which the property will be sold. Using the auction method, property can typically be marketed and sold within a four to six week time frame.

A timely auction allows the seller to drastically reduce holding costs such as taxes, insurance and maintenance.

An auction environment arouses the competitive spirit among the prospective bidders.

Setting a specific date and time of sale creates a sense of urgency and forces the prospective buyers to a point of decision.

The seller can set the terms of the auction, thereby avoiding lengthy negotiations of price and terms.

An advertising program is tailored to the seller’s property which will attract the largest number of potential buyers. This insures a true “market value” price for the property on the day of the auction.

There is no ceiling price set on the property, which allows the price to increase freely with no limit.

Historically, when the market is on the upswing, public auctions have established the highest prices. When the market is declining, an auction captures the current market price before values drop.

The competitive bidding format creates confidence among the buyers when they see other people willing to pay a similar amount for the property.


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Phone 816-580-4204
Gary Ryther, Professional Licensed Auctioneer Since 1962
Member Missouri Professional Auctioneers Association; National Auctioneers Association

18765 69 Hwy.
Lawson, MO 64062
(816) 580-4204
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