Gary Olerud and Garrick Olerud have a combined 50 plus years in the auctioneering business. Their auctions include farm animals, machinery, antiques, household items, tools, guns, a wide variety of small equipment, and real estate. If you're unsure whether you have enough for a full sale, there's always the possibility of combining with another sale.
Reasons to have a Public Auctions
Efficient: Auctions are an efficient way to sell goods because they allow for multiple items to be sold quickly, often in a single day or weekend event. This can save time and money compared to traditional sales methods.
Fair Market Value: Auctions typically result in fair market value prices for items being sold, as buyers bid against each other to determine the final price.
Competitive Bidding: The competitive bidding process in auctions can result in higher selling prices for items, as buyers are often willing to pay more than they would in a traditional sale due to the excitement and competitive nature of auctions.
Expertise: Auction companies have a wealth of knowledge and experience in conducting auctions, including marketing, appraisal, and sale techniques. This expertise can help ensure that the auction runs smoothly and that sellers receive the best possible outcome.
Large Audience: Auctions attract a large audience of potential buyers from all over, which can increase the visibility of items being sold and result in higher prices.
Quick Turnaround: Auctions typically have a quick turnaround time from start to finish, with items being sold and paid for in a matter of days or weeks.
Convenient: Auction companies handle all aspects of the sale process, from marketing and advertising to collecting payments and delivering goods, making it a convenient option for sellers. Overall, using an auction company can be an efficient, effective, and convenient way to sell goods and get the best possible outcome.
"If you don't think you can give it away, Gary will sell it."