After an initial fact-finding meeting , Advanced Auction & Appraisal Services provides our clients with a written proposal which details our recommendations for a successful auction. It outlines how we plan to reach the buyers who will be interested in what your company is offering. It includes a schedule of events leading up to the auction and indicates when, where, and how the auction will be conducted (usually on-site). Plus, a detailed budget for client review and approval.
To minimize costs, the person conducting the interview and making the proposal is also the person who conducts the auction. There are no middlemen, no excess staff. We call it “one point responsibility.”
And it works very well.
Once the contract is signed, and prior to the auction, all items are cataloged for distribution to buyers, and to record the activity at the auction. A detailed follow-up report of all transactions is also provided to the client after the event. You can expect no less from experienced professional auctioneers who know what it takes to have a successful auction…and satisfied clients.