The Right Approach to an Auction
Since 1980, Wilson Realty & Auction Co. has helped clients sell their property at auction. Since client circumstances differ when determining the right approach to selling property, Wilson Realty & Auction Co. will help to establish the best path to getting the best value for your property. Whether you are wanting to sell antiques, an entire estate, farm, farm equipment, and/or real estate, Tony Wilson, Principal Auctioneer, will guide you from beginning to end with the best possible outcome; receiving the highest value for your property.
Why an Absolute Auction?
The seller disposes properties in a quick and efficient process, eliminating costs of ownership including taxes and maintenance. Because the auction sale is conducted in an open forum, motivated buyers and sellers will realize true market value as the auction progresses.
In an absolute auction, property is sold to the highest bidder. The absolute auction brings all interested buyers and sellers together at the same time to establish, through bidding, who will pay the most for the property. Because of the large, motivated response to this type of auction, it is a frequent choice of estate holders, financial institutions and government agencies for disposing of property.
Wilson Realty & Auction Co. is located in Danville, Kentucky, and offers services to the surrounding counties as well.
Contact us online or call Tony Wilson today at 859-326-2121 to schedule an appointment to let us professionally guide you through the auction process. Also, please browse the frequently asked questions below.
Is an auction right for me?
What kind of auction is best for me?
What kinds of items do you auction?
How do you advertise and promote my auction?
First, our own website allows bidders to subscribe to receive email notices of upcoming auctions.
Second, a very popular venue for bidders to find auctions is the website AuctionZip. Bidders can search their local auctions and preview our detailed listings.
Third, printed flyer distribution.
Fourth, in most cases, auctions are published in local newspapers.