Brokers Guide

Realtors, licensed agents and brokers are encouraged to participate in the auction process.

On most of our real estate auctions, we offer a 1% Broker Participation Fee to a real estate agent that introduces and pre-registers a successful buyer of real estate at auction. This fee is not available for any prospective buyer that was not introduced to the property by the realtor (such as neighbors, relatives, or those who had prior contact with us). Other conditions apply. There is no cost to the buyer regarding this fee.

Broker Participation Registration Form

Most of the real estate we offer at auction is subject to sale prior to the auction. Any offers must be under the Auction Terms on a Contingency-Free Agreement of Sale at a price acceptable to the seller.

Auctions have been around since the beginning of time because they are a highly efficient and effective way to meet the needs of the public. American auctions date back to the arrival of the Pilgrims in the 1600s. During colonization, auctions were popular for the sale of crops, imports, livestock, tools, tobacco, and even entire farms. Even then, selling at auction was the fastest and most efficient means to convert assets into cash.

For those who are not familiar with the auction process, questions and concerns often keep them from choosing the auction method for selling and purchasing real estate. If you are an agent with a seller who has their property listed with you and wants to explore the auction method, share this information with them. For nearly 30 years, we have been helping Realtors earn commissions by bringing their buyers to auctions, or helping them auction their listings.

Call or email us to learn how you can profitably participate in auctions by bringing us a listing to auction or registering a buyer for an upcoming auction.