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Are you a small business owner trying to increase your inventory supply or merchandise selection on a budget? Maybe you are looking to make some extra cash on the side, reselling items online or offline? Regardless of where you sell your items, auctions are one way to get the inventory you require at a fraction of the cost. Most people are familiar with storage auction programming on television; but, the potential is not limited to that niche alone! From estate & government auctions to fundraiser auctions and much more, we do all the work to make your venture as simple as possible.
While recent programming has raised awareness to the world of auctions and the mass earning potential therein, what is not represented is the intricate process required to find a large assortment of auctions on a regular basis to help drive your business. Finding a regular, verified source of auction listings, with items in re-sellable condition takes time and energy. Not every auction will net the desired results, so it is important to have a regular schedule of attendance to these opportunities to find what you want and need.
Auctions can occur sporadically and only periodically, often leaving people confused and frustrated with wasted time and efforts compiling viable information from various sources on when and where these auctions are taking place. Additionally, there is always a slight variation on additional specified information you need to know simply to attend.
Wouldn’t you rather maximize your time and energy on generating more profit? The easiest way to ensure that you are not spending any more time finding this information on local auctions than necessary is to subscribe to a detailed list of auctions in your area.
StorageUnitAuctionList.com helps you find a complete listing of auctions state by state with only a few clicks! Never again will you worry about finding auctions in your desired area. You will have the time to run your resale business more efficiently and effectively!
The Go-to List of Auctions Online
StorageUnitAuctionList.com already offers subscribers the largest database of storage auctions across the country, providing information on auctions in all fifty states and over 51,000 facilities. And things are only going to improve as we grow our listings continue to grow to include the gamut of available auctions out there.
Established as the leading provider of storage auctions online, with over 10,000 each month and information on over 250,000 auctions, StorageUnitAuctionList.com is on the way to providing the same results and information for you on all auctions across the country.
We are a reliable industry standard for seasoned auction hunters and newcomers alike. Our trusted reputation has allowed us to partner with related businesses in the industry to bring subscribers additional auctions, such as online auctions, and further industry training.
StorageUnitAuctionList.com also brings you the most up to date industry information and helpful how-to tips, along with constantly updating our site, holding contests, and providing new, useful tools to ease your business needs. Check out our detailed handbooks on the industries involved, bidding strategies, where and how to resell, and a Blue Book valuation of the items most often found at auctions.
There are so many types of auction categories out there. Some of them can even overlap. StorageUnitAuctionList.com subscribers can review their account for a complete listing of auctions in the region of their choice, and review upcoming information on many of the forms of auctions available. Our experts can provide advice on the following auction categories:
Auto/Boat/RV Auctions: These auctions are a popular method of selling new and used vehicles. They can serve as a primary means for financial services firms to unload large volumes of off-lease returns, trade-ins, and other inventory.
Real Estate Auctions
Estate Auctions: Estate Auctions are comprised of property left by a person at his or her death. They can involve both personal items and real estate property (land, homes, vehicles, etc.)
Foreclosure Auctions: Foreclosure Auctions occur when homeowners default on their mortgage, and no longer make payments. The lender, typically a bank, decides to schedule an auction to sell the home in order to pay for the remaining balance on the loan they gave to the homeowner.
Police Auctions: Police Auctions occur when property is appropriated by law enforcement through their course of duty, and then auctioned off to the public at a later date. When making an arrest, in some circumstances, law enforcement officials have the right to seize assets associated with the crime at hand. The assets may be in the form of a vehicle, jewelry, electronics, etc. This makes police auctions a great place to find a wide variety of items, and usually for a great price!
Government Auctions: Government Auctions are public auctions held on the behalf of the government in which the items or property to be auctioned is either under ownership of the government, or sold under the authority of a court of law or government agency with comparable authority.
Online Auctions: Many auctions post their events online to avoid holding them at their physical locations. The participants place their bids online and, like a traditional auction, must then come to the designated location within 48 hours and claim what they have successfully bid on.
Sealed Bid Auctions: These auctions are often completed online, but do not necessarily have to be. In this type of auction, each participant enters a sealed maximum bid once. At the end of the auction period (time varies), the highest maximum bid wins like in a traditional auction.
Caravan Auctions: Auctions that occur on the same date and within the same vicinity as one another. Typically, caravan auctions are held by the same auctioneering company and participants travel from location to location and continue bidding on different items. Primarily relevant to Storage Auctions. These auctions are especially valuable for resale business owners because of the number of units available. The more there is to bid on, the more likely you are to find valuable items that can be resold and turn you a profit.
Open Bid Auctions/English Auctions/Bin Auctions: This categorization is most relevant to Storage Auctions. The word "bin" refers to the actual storage unit itself, including everything inside of it. Bin auctions are generally more common than Piece Auctions. The bin auctions are the type seen on A&E's show Storage Wars and similar shows.
Piece Auctions: When individual items at certain types of auctions (primarily Storage Auctions) are sold piece by piece from within a unit. Piece auctions are less common than bin auctions due to individual state lien laws that may prevent auctioneers and facility employees from entering a unit to catalogue inventory before the sale of a unit. However, when these types of auctions occur, often the individual items sell for more than the entire unit would have.
StorageUnitAuctionList.com Exclusive Auctions: StorageUnitAuctionList.com offers their subscribers hundreds of exclusive, verified auctions each month that cannot be found anywhere else. These auctions are denoted on the website with an icon so that subscribers can easily find them!
This category varies greatly in what type of items might be available. Many items in this category include industrial machinery, restaurant equipment, agricultural vehicles/machinery, and much more!
Notifications and Alerts
Our notification system gives you the ability to customize a list of upcoming auctions you plan to attend, in order to receive details on the location of the auction, the date, and time, and other pertinent information.
Auction alert tools allow you to receive updates about upcoming auctions via email and text message. For each alert you set you can choose how you would like to receive it.
Not only do we provide the biggest list of storage auctions from thousands upon thousands of storage facilities, we now provide listings for numerous other auctions across the country. Additionally, we pride ourselves on providing our subscribers with stellar customer service. StorageUnitAuctionList.com employs a full-time staff that validates each auction to give you the most detailed and accurate information available—including exclusive auctions you can’t find on any other auction listing service online. Our staff updates auction listings, cancellations, and verifications daily to help keep your information organized.
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