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Frequently Asked Questions About Auctioneers
Auctioneers facilitate the bidding of items for profit or charitable purposes. These fast talkers lead bidding wars and oversee auctions from beginning to end, acting as middlemen between bidders and sellers. From seized property and foreclosures to jewelry and furniture, auctions can feature just about any item. Live and silent auctions may take place within auction houses, fundraisers, online or at charity events. Here are some frequently asked questions about auctioneers:

What are the requirements to become licensed as an auctioneer?
Each state may have slightly different policies, but in general, you should first get your Associate Auctioneers License by filling out the appropriate application and sending in a fee. To become a licensed auctioneer, you typically have to take a written exam or be an associate auctioneer for a certain period of time, such as two years. You may also have to prove that you have successfully completed the requisite amount of hours of classroom instruction at an auction school.

What does an auctioneer do?
Not only must you be a fast talker, you must also be knowledgeable about the items up for auction. This means doing your research on each and every item. You also must advertise the items, create a positive auctioning environment where people are encouraged to bid and get excited about the process, and coordinate down payments and delivery. It’s important to have excellent communication and people skills in this job.

What kind of auctions do auctioneers help facilitate?
Online auctions and silent auctions are quite common. Auctioneers are generally also involved in reverse auctions, buyout auctions and reserve auctions.

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STANDARD LISTINGS:   AUCTIONEERS IN/NEAR ARKANSAS
Cg Turner Realty & Auctioneers LLC Write review for this local business
1416 Fayetteville Rd, Van Buren, AR 72956
(479) 474-3238  
Rainbolt Auction Co Write review for this local business
101 N Olive St, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-1778  
Reagan Auction & Appraisal Co Write review for this local business
533 E Maple St, Fayetteville, AR 72701
(479) 521-8978  
Graham Auction Service Write review for this local business
1904 Trevino Ct, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-8053  
Morris Leonard Auctioneer Write review for this local business
10310 Highway 62 E, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 743-1123  
Re/Max Write review for this local business
1412 Highway 62 65 N, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-6000  
Montgomery Larry Broker-Auctioneer Write review for this local business
1401 Chafin Rd, Berryville, AR 72616
(870) 423-2997  
Arkansas Realty Auction Write review for this local business
4319 S 35th Dr, Fort Smith, AR 72903
(479) 646-8348  
Walker Tommie L Col Auction Service Write review for this local business
1209 S Main St, Mountain Home, AR 72653
(870) 425-3636  
Kennedy Auction Service Write review for this local business
1131 Po Box, Mountain Home, AR 72654
(870) 404-2358  
Washington County Livestock Auction Write review for this local business
510 W 11th St, Fayetteville, AR 72701
(501) 442-6275  
Phillips Auction Service Write review for this local business
8035 Highway 7 S, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 391-9165  
Cattlemen's Livestock Auction Write review for this local business
6751 Highway 65 N, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-6311  
Wholesale Liquidation Write review for this local business
1564 E Huntsville Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72701
(479) 856-6510  
Main St Merchandise Outlet Write review for this local business
1507 N Main St, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 704-4004  
Tinsley Auction Service Write review for this local business
1357 Marion County 3021, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 427-3248  
Lawrence Merchandising Write review for this local business
111 SE 22nd St Ste 24, Bentonville, AR 72712
(479) 200-1311  
Rainbolt Auction Co Write review for this local business
12611 Nixon Rd, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 437-5125  
Rainbolt Auction Co Write review for this local business
106 Henry Ln, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-1339  
Coldwell Banker Realty Write review for this local business
1603 Highway 62 65 N, Harrison, AR 72601
(870) 741-2222  
Dunn's Auction & Appraisal Service Write review for this local business
8008 Adam Dr, Fort Smith, AR 72903
(479) 782-4497  
Red Star Machinery Sales & Auction Co Inc Write review for this local business
9611 Bear Hollow Rd, Fort Smith, AR 72916
(479) 996-0118  
Gifford Auctions & Realty Write review for this local business
1289 Madison 8735, Huntsville, AR 72740
(479) 738-6640  
Madison County Livestock Auction Write review for this local business
24138 Highway 412, Huntsville, AR 72740
(479) 665-2525  

Auctions have become a vogue model of commerce for many reasons. Auctions can provide for a simple way of unloading an inherited coin or jewelry collection. Buying art this way means that you avoid gallery markups. Purchasing an auctioned house means that you know exactly when it will close. Silent charity auctions are fun and philanthropic. Here are some questions to ask auctioneers.

  • What different options are available for buying an auctioned vehicle?
    Salvage title auctions sell damaged cars and are therefore good for people who know a thing or two about auto mechanics. GSA automobile auctions provide the public with newer, low-mileage government-owned vehicles, from town cars to farm equipment. Impounded, surplus and forfeited cars are also sold through live and online auctions.

  • What are the terms for buying auctioned property?
    Houses and land seized due to foreclosure are often sold at these auctions, and homeowners sometimes choose this method of selling their property for the sake of convenience and speed. You should receive pre-approval from the bank for financing before you bid. You will need to pay your down payment the day that you win the auction. The sale will usually close in 30 days, at which point, you need to have received financing or paid the full amount due.

  • Can I view items for sale prior to the auction?
    Whether you are going to a live auction, an estate sale or any other type of auction, it will help if you can see the items before you go so that you can research their worth and make a mental note of examining them before the live bidding starts. If you’re interested in a piece of furniture, for example, you’ll want to look it over for functional damage and flaws to the finish.

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