HUDSON AND MARSHALL LIVE AUCTION MARCH 26TH, 2011 PHOENIX, ARIZONA JW MARRIOTT DESERT RIDGE LOCATION TO REAL ESTATE INVESTORS SELL ARIZONA FORECLOSURES

HUDSON AND MARSHALL LIVE AUCTION MARCH 26TH, 2011 PHOENIX, ARIZONA JW MARRIOTT DESERT RIDGE LOCATION TO REAL ESTATE INVESTORS SELL ARIZONA FORECLOSURES

AUCTION.COM ARIOZNA FORECLOSURES

HUDSON AND MARSHALL is coming to Phoenix, Arizona, on March 26th, 2011, to sell Arizona Foreclosures at great prices. However, I would advise to hire a Realtor to tag along your side when bidding for homes. The auction.com  will pay a Realtor a 2% commission if a real estate investor wins the bid. HUDSON AND MARSHALL comes to Phoenix, Arizona about every other month since there is a huge inventory of Arizona Foreclosures.

Every investor wants to purchase a great deal. However, they lack the experience and knowledge to define a great deal. I have represented real estate investors for the past nine years of my real estate career. Please review the benefits of the auction for both sides of the transaction-Seller and Buyer. The favor is stacked on the Seller's side.

Benefits for the Seller to sell property at an Auction.com:

  • Get the highest amount for the property since buyers compete against one another. People do not like to lose so they end up over bidding. Emotions take over the common sense side of the business. The auction creates excitement at the same time. 
  • The auction is fast and delivers immediate results properties close within 30 days. It provides quick losings for the seller. Auctions have the marketing down to the science to bring large crowed.
  • he starting price is low leaving it to the auctioneer to start driving up the price as people bid against each other. The auction sells properties for much more than was expected by the seller.
  • The carrying cost of the property is decreased compared to traditional listing since the property is sold 30 days after auction. These costs included the following: taxes, utilities, insurance, landscaping, etc.
  • Property is being sold AS-IS. This is a huge advantage to the seller. Seller and buyer waive all contingencies on the property.
  • Seller is able to accept their bottom price at auction. The minimum bid is set before the auction date.
  • Seller is always in control of his/her property. This eliminates negotiations between seller and buyer in a traditional real estate method. This method takes time and money.
  • An Auction company will walk a seller from A to Z through the entire process including at closing.

Benefits for Buyers to Purchase at Auction:

  • Buyer is setting own market Market Value on property at purchase. Buyer is not relying on realtor or appraiser to set the price. 
  • Avoids long negotiations between Seller and Buyer. One can have it NOW. Most auctions last less than two hours depending on number of properties that day. 
  • Auctions set a level playing field for every buyer. The highest bidder wins. 
  • Auctions allow ample time for buyers to review property and do any research on the property so one is prepared at auction. One should only bid to their maximum. A bidder must avoid getting caught up in the moment. Common sense must prevail at Auction and not one's emotions.    

Make the Call, Set the Plan, Do the Deal$!

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Comment balloon 3 commentsHarry F. D'Elia • March 20 2011 12:21PM

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This is another way to obtain great homes

Posted by Eric Villaverde (DoubleTree Home Inspection Services L.L.C.) over 8 years ago

I have never been to an auction

Posted by Katiejo Franks (Real Estate and Beyond, LLC) over 8 years ago

Thanks for the rain

Posted by Harry F. D'Elia, Investor , Mentor, GRI, Radio, CIPS, REOs, ABR (RentVest) over 8 years ago

Participate