Register today for the 2016 Auctioneers Association of North Carolina Summer Convention in Cary, NC! This year's Summer Convention will be held June 17-18, at the Embassy Suites, 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd, Cary, NC 27513.
Join us for fellowship and meet the 2015 IAC champion Peter Gehres who will be providing The Art & Science of Competitive Auctioneering, as well as Bid Calling and the UCC.
Mark Rogers, past NAA president will be delivering "Qualify the Seller and Commercial Real Estate."
Join us for fellowship, networking, and CE at the 2016 Summer Convention!
North Carolina Auctioneers hold auctions for Fundraisers, Automobiles, Cattle, Real Estate, Equipment, Land, Antiques, Collectibles, Homes, Coins, Clams, Boats, Motorcycles and many other items. Estate sales are a key focus for may auctioneers throughout the state, however auctioneers are very active in bankruptcy sales working for the courts, working for banks as well as individuals property owners.
If you are looking to sell any type of property search for a specialty auctioneer that are Members of the Auctioneers Association of North Carolina. This list of professional auctioneers can help guide you through time considerations as well as the potential to receive market price for the property you are looking to sell. auctioneer planning Take a look at the leadership of this organization, the Board and members of the Auctioneers Association of North Carolina is made up of professional that specialize in Real Estate, Charity Auctions, Estate Sales and Bankruptcy work.
The talent within this organization is endless with a continual selfless exploration for more education. The semi-annual conference takes place each year in the Summer and Winter where auctioneers from across the state of North Carolina and many other states to learn more, network endlessly and tackle tough problems that addresses issues including licensure requirements, member benefits, learning from industry leaders and talks with community leaders.
Take the opportunity to speak with a member of the Auctioneers Association of North Carolina before you hire your next auctioneer. Check the credentials of any auctioneer prior to negotiating a trade agreement. Auctioneers are required to be licensed in the State of North Carolina and are governed by the North Carolina Auctioneer Licensing Board headquartered in Fuquay Varina, NC.
North Carolina Auction Champions
Each year the North Carolina Auctioneers crown a State Champion Auctioneer. Contestants are invited to be a part of this exciting event. Auctioneers are judged on their talent including bid calling abilities, Ambassadorship to the industry, speaking abilities, poise and character. The competition is held in connection with the fun auction that helps raise money for the organization.
Auctioneers supply Auctioneering support for many non-profit organizations statewide.
When Scott Matthews was just 5 years old, he would watch in awe at farm auctions, captivated by the fast-talking bid callers who ran the show. Like kids who aspire to be professional athletes, Matthews always dreamt of being an auctioneer.
“The first time I went to a farm sale, the auctioneer was doing his chant and it just amazed me,” Matthews said.
It was a fire that died out a bit as he got older, as many childhood aspirations tend to do, but it never went away. In fact, after years of mulling the prospect of pursuing the dream, the fire began to burn brighter in recent years. Finally, Matthews made the decision. He was going to go after it.
Read more about Scott here.
Auctions are the most transparent and efficient means of selling your asset, and there is no better way to determine the true market value of your lot. Across the nation, many folks prefer auction for selling their items, but now comes the tricky part: How do you, as a seller, maximize that decision?
If you’re in any business for any amount of time at all, you learn very quickly that hiring only your friends and family isn’t a wise way to go in most situations. That also extends to business references from those same friends and family — whether it comes to choosing a real estate agent, banking and investment advice or, in this case, who you choose to conduct your auction event.