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Learn about Buying at Auction
One of the most popular sale categories is automotive, if you are looking to buy a car at auction then check out our guide to car auctions, damaged vehicle auctions and intro to online car auctions.
Other guides include 4 essential tips for buying at any auction.
Where to Bid and Buy? Auction Room directory by state:
A list of Australian auction rooms and auctioneers, if you have a favorite destination or would like to list your business, please let us know here
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Latest Reviews & Articles
Selling on Ebay is really pretty straightforward, a few clicks, fill in some boxes, a couple of selections and kaboom your item is listed for sale on one of the worlds most popular marketplaces. As simple as it is, there are still plenty of tips and things to watch out for when selling on eBay that could help increase the interest in your item and its final sale price. Continue Reading »
In all capital cities, you’ll find damaged vehicle auctions being held on a regular basis which includes stolen and recovered vehicles, repairable vehicles, and complete write-offs. There can be anywhere from 30-100 vehicles go under the hammer which may be purchased for parts or restored to registerable road-going vehicles in some cases. Continue Reading »
Auctions, both online and traditional, can be a great place to grab a bargain, although, they can also be a great place to lose money. No one wants to lose money, so let’s look at where some people go wrong. Continue Reading »
Overstock, liquidation and line clearance auctions and sales can be a great way to pick up a ranging variety of items sometimes well below their full retail price. Continue Reading »
Motorbikes can quite often be found within general auctions or even occasionally motorbike only auctions in cases of fleet disposals or company liquidations. Continue Reading »
Buying livestock at auction, whether it be cattle, sheep, goats, fowl or equine, is a large part of farming life. Continue Reading »
Restaurant and catering equipment can often be found at auction including tables, chairs, stainless steel kitchen equipment and utensils, racks, stoves, ovens, fridges and freezers, ice makers, espresso machines, and all types of commercial catering equipment. Continue Reading »
The sites presented here, offer ‘Consumer to Consumer’ auction sites like eBay, e.g. where individual sellers can list goods for sale. Whilst none of these sites come close to having the mass of eBay, it’s worth remembering that eBay has been online for over a decade while most of these sites are less than 2 or 3 years old and are solely Australian focused. Continue Reading »
Art auction houses can acquire merchandise to sell at auction via consignment, complete estate or estates, excess or unsold stock from artist collections, galleries and private sellers. Continue Reading »
The first rule of buying at auction is to do your research, because being an informed buyer is your responsibility and gives you the best chance of getting what you want at the right price. Take advantage of the auction preview which will give you time to evaluate and inspect the property. Continue Reading »