On-Site Auctions

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On-Site Auctions can be a very effective tool in the liquidation of entire estates. Often paired with Real Estate Auctions, an On-Site Auction is held at the property where the items are located. This setup removes the hassle of transportation of the items from the timeframe and budget of the auction. This method is most effective when selling entire estates, pieces of property and/or farmland, and when liquidating a business.

Doerr Auction & Realty, Inc. has the expertise to turn your On-Site Auction into an event with a fun and exciting atmosphere for people to attend. Doerr Auction & Realty, Inc. will market your On-Site Auction using print and digital medias to ensure that the maximum number of people attend the auction, bringing the highest potential for prices on the items to be sold. With over 60 years of experience in the auction industry, Doerr Auction & Realty, Inc. has a vast skill-set of product knowledge in various fields including estates, collectibles, business liquidations, machinery, farm equipment, antiques, jewelry, restaurant equipment, art, and more.

While not every property lends itself to having an On-Site Auction, we firmly believe that an On-Site Auction can achieve great results if executed under the right circumstances.

Schedule a consultation today and one of our auctioneers can help you decide what the best options are for the items or property you would like to sell. Also, ask about the options we have available for having an online component to your On-Site Auction.

“Auctioning my parents’ estate was a tough time for my family. Their home was filled with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles, a collection they had built together over decades. It wasn’t only emotionally tough, the sheer volume of the collection was almost overwhelming. Doerr Auctions made the process a whole lot easier. They were organized, efficient and very knowledgeable of the items listed. What was most impressive was that they handled my parents’ collection like the beloved treasures they were not just the next item on an auction block.” G. Bachmann