Ok so it game day, you’ve mapped out your furniture, spoken with the family, have your finance ready to go, the only thing to do is buy your new home.Make sure you bring along your ID, and register with the agent before the auction. If you are buying the home in multiple names, each buyer will need to register.If you’re going to start the bidding, start low, test the waters, and bid with confidence – make the other bidders think you have no limit.Make your bids fast and assertive, and might be enough to scare off other bidders.Call out your offer in full, for example 700,000 instead of the increments, like 25,000.

If it’s going to pass in, make sure you’re the highest bidder, as this usually allows first right to negotiate as a courtesy.

The team at style are here to help, and would love to have a conversation with you around your specific needs, or even any hurdles you might be facing. Happy bidding!

Ok so it game day, you’ve mapped out your furniture, spoken with the family, have your finance ready to go, the only thing to do is buy your new home.

Make sure you bring along your ID, and register with the agent before the auction. If you are buying the home in multiple names, each buyer will need to register.

If you’re going to start the bidding, start low, test the waters, and bid with confidence – make the other bidders think you have no limit.

Make your bids fast and assertive, and might be enough to scare off other bidders.

Call out your offer in full, for example 700,000 instead of the increments, like 25,000.

If it’s going to pass in, make sure you’re the highest bidder, as this usually allows first right to negotiate as a courtesy.

The team at style are here to help, and would love to have a conversation with you around your specific needs, or even any hurdles you might be facing. Happy bidding!

Mark Lowrey

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