some bidding advice BUYING at auction
In advance of the auction work out the top price you are prepared to pay for the property – it is very easy to be carried away in the excitement of the saleroom! Make sure you obtain a bidding paddle and sit in a position where you can see the Auctioneer and, most importantly , where you can be seen. Bid clearly holding the bidding paddle high above your head to attract the Auctioneer’s attention.
Feel free to call out to attract attention if you think your bid has been missed.
The Auctioneer, as well as strategically placed spotters, will be scanning the room for bids. Last minute and unclear bids may not be seen. The Auctioneer will call the successful bid three times and, if there are no further bids, the fall of the gavel will mean the property is sold .
The Auctioneer has the right to regulate the sale and his word is final .
BRISTOL AND THE WEST COUNTRY ' S BIGGEST PROPERTY EVENT
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