Real Estate Auctions in General Terms
Terms, conditions and timelines are adjusted to each property as it is prepared for Auction.
All Auctions will start exactly on the advertised time
Changes to Auction Terms and Conditions take place occasionally and should be reviewed by Bidders on a regular basis.
On-Line Bidding with pre-registered qualified bidders will be allowed
To become a registered bidder for any Auction a person must sign in and qualify no later than 90 minutes prior to the posted start time of the Auction.
To qualify as a Real Estate bidder and receive a due diligence pack, a certified deposit cheque of a pre-determined deposit amount must be presented to the Auctioneer or their proxy at the time of registration to receive a bidding number.
A person will not be able to bid on-line or attend a Real Estate Auction without agreeing to the terms and conditions, proper registration of their information, appropriate deposit and acquiring a bidding registration number 90 minutes prior to the posted Auction time.
Auction details, property details and any corrections( if applicable), will be announced at the auction
All bids are subject to acceptance of the Auctioneer.
Bids are not deemed valid until acknowledged and accepted at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer.
All bids are either recognized or rejected only at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer.
Being deemed the successful bidder by the Auctioneer, you agree to pay the amount of your bid plus all applicable taxes, buyer premiums and other costs in accordance with all written or oral terms and conditions of the Auction.
Neither the company providing the software nor the auction company shall be held responsible for a missed bid, human error of any kind or the failure of the software to function properly for any reason.
All bids shall be regarded pending until appropriately accepted by the auctioneer.
It is important that all registered bidders must thoroughly inspect any property and read the offering memorandum to purchase at auction before the bidding starts and must not bid unless he or she has done so or comfortable with accepting the risk of the unknown.
It is the Bidders responsibility to fully inspect the property and be satisfied of condition and state of the item prior to bidding.
The Auctioneer, Auctioneer Company or representatives thereof do not imply or promise anything as to condition or state of any item or property.