Multi-Broker, Multi-Property Auction is a new, regional platform designed to bring efficiency, ease and convenience to individual buyers and sellers, market investors, real-estate agents/brokers and lenders. True to our name, we are market leaders who have collaborated to facilitate the auction of residential, commercial and ag properties in one place at one time.
We invite you to bookmark this site and watch for future MBMP auctions. We’re working hard to be the region’s premier multi-property auction opportunity
What is a Multi Broker, Multi Property Auction?
This is one of the most innovative trends to hit the marketplace in the past 20 years, and it revolutionizes how auctions are conducted. It is a highly advertised event with multiple brokerages bringing a total of 25 to 30 properties for the investor/consumer to choose from in one room on one evening.
How do I purchase a property if there are several different brokerages involved in the event?
Great question. Each brokerage will write the final purchase contract at the event for the property it represents. All brokerages will use the same purchase contract so there is no confusion.
I’m a licensed brokerage/real estate agent. Can I participate in the event?
If I’m a seller, is there a cost to put my property in the auction?
Yes, you would pay some market cost. This cost will vary. For more information, please contact one of our premier partners in your local market.
Are your auctions absolute or reserve?
Properties will sell either way. One of our premier partners in your local area will advise as to what is best for you.
What must I pay if I’m the winning bidder of a property?
Great question. At each event the auctioneer will announce all the terms prior to auction. The earnest money is what would be collected when you sign the final purchase contract; this could be a fixed number or a percentage of the high bid. For more information, please contact your premier partner in your local area.
How much time do I have to close on a property if I have the winning bid?
Thirty days is the standard, but sometimes closing can happen much sooner. All the title work will have been completed, which allows the seller and buyer to close much earlier if both parties agree.
The selection of properties shown below is not a full representation of all available properties. Click the date on any of the properties below to view all the available properties for that specific auction.