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.
The Auctioneers Association of North Carolina is looking for driven and dedicated members to lead the association into the 21st Century. If you have an interest in any of the following, please let the Vice President know.
Committees should meet at least quarterly to discuss their plans on delivering on the below. You must be a member in good standing with the Auctioneers Association of North Carolina.
Bylaws and Resolutions
Hall of Fame
|Laison to NCALB
Long Range Planning
The 2017 Winter Convention Agenda has been released, This years convention will have ling time Auctioneer and renowned blogger Mike Brandly, the current sitting NAA President John Nicholls makes a return trip to North Carolina, plus the many opportunities to network and grow your business. Don't miss Saturday Mornings NCALB updates as they go over items that have been coming through the office, and decisions made.
There are hundreds of opportunities to network and learn from the most experienced folks in the land.