Buying at Auction
Interested in one of our Auction Properties?
Buying at Auction may seem daunting, but fear not! We've done the hard work for you and gathered some helpful tips and tricks if you are considering buying an Auction property.
Comprehensive Free Buyers Guide (refer to page 12)
Where and when do I register if I am going to bid?
Registration will be open half an hour prior to Auction, if you are intending on bidding please ensure you arrive with plenty of time to complete a registration and don't forget to bring some photo identification such as a drivers licence.
Can someone bid on my behalf?
Yes, a Letter of authority - for a person to bid for and on behalf of another party must be completed and handed into the Auctioneer prior to the beginning of the Auction. The letter must include your name, address and details of proof of identity, such as your driver’s licence or passport. Call our office on (07) 49721500 if you wish to have someone bid on your behalf and we can help prepare the necessary paperwork for you.
Can I bid over the phone?
Yes, an authroiry to bid needs to be completed and handed into the auctioneer prior to Auction. Please download and complete a Letter of Authority - Telephone bid at Auction and hand into our office prior to Auction. Please call our office on (07) 4972 1500 if you require help completing this form.