Make a Killing at NO RESERVE Government Auctions Part 1

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Everything You Could Ever Need to Make a Killing at Auctions

Written by Research Team Government Auctions UK  (type it in Google to find us)

NO RESERVE AUCTIONS

Get an Amazing 25%, 50% or Even a Massive 97% Off Property, Cars, Vans, Computers, Plasma TVs, LCDs, Videos, Cameras, Antiques, Mobile Phones, Household Goods... In Fact, Just About Anything!

Make a Killing at NO RESERVE Government Auctions Part 1
Liquidation
Bankruptcy
Reclaimed Property
Police, VAT, Tax seizures




INTRODUCTION

Hi,

Firstly, may I take this opportunity of thanking you for taking the time to access this book.

ONE MANS LOSS IS ANOTHER MANS GAIN

This has never been more true than at the present time with so many companies going out of business.

No longer is it just small business but many larger, well known names such as Stag Furnishings, who have been trading for over 100 years, London and Edinburgh Inns Mclaren Foods Limited, etc. London And Edinburgh Inns

There are now hundreds of auction houses who specialise in these type of sales all over Britain many of which are on line so you can bid without being there. Did you know that there are specialist websites collating literally thousands of hours of information and publishing it.

Furthermore they notify people by alerts, updating the auctions daily and allows coverage of 1000s of auctions

TYPICAL GOODS: NEW and Used Laptop Computers, Desk Top Pentium 4 Computers NEW and Used Office Desking, Filing & Seating Leather Executive Chairs, Boardroom Tables, Reception Counters, Photocopiers, Printers, NEW Go-Karts and Mini-Dirtbikes, NEW Flat Screen TVs, NEW MP3/4 Players, NEW Car Stereos, NEW Contractors Tools and Equipment. NEW Scooters 50cc to 150cc. Electrical Goods, Vehicles, Loads and Loads more - details of which are updated daily . . . .

The Total Assets from Kelko UK Ltd (in liquidation), a Sensory Engineering Company supplying Aroma Effects Units, Pro Audio, Stage/Club/Theatre Lighting, Nightclub/Bar Effects & More P A speakers incl Bose, Snowstream 1000s, Jem ZR20 MkIIs & ZR31s, Martin Foggers, Antaris Foam machines, FD-1000 fragrance dispersal systems, Spotlight Futurelight MH-660s, Miracle 1200 Futurelight, Futurelight Promotion Scan, Datamotion, Studio Due, Pea Souper dry ice m/c, Confetti Canon, Foam Canons, various large mixers, Industrial Smoke Generators, Flight Cases, large qty of fog & aroma fluids/refills, system & effects controllers, technics decks, immaculate CSPS ss twin tier rolling tool chest, etc, etc, etc

Notebooks, Desktops, TFT Monitors, LCD/Plasma TVs, DVD recorders & more 75 Notebooks incl qty Core 2 Duo e/g HP NW9420/9440 (up to 2 Gb RAM, 17" widescreen), Sony VAIO AR21S (2 Gb RAM, 200 Gb HD, 17" widescreen), Sony VAIO FB41S, N21S/W & FS515H, etc Also Good Qtys of Acer Aspire 5101 AWLMI/ 5051AWXMI & Compaq HP NX6325 notebooks plus much more

Qty desktops by Acer & others Large Quantity TFT monitors, including widescreen, all sizes TVs & DVD recorders: TVs up to 42", portable TVS, qty DVD recorders inc HDD, freeview boxes, etc, etc Large Electrical Section Computers, Networking & Related hard drives, 3.

And COMPLETE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FACILITY USED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO CHP DOMESTIC BOILERS INCLUDING: TEST RIGS - ELECTRONIC TEST & MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT MACHINE TOOLS - INTERNAL TRANSPORT - TOOL KITS ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT

Can you not afford to grab yourself a bargain - MANY ITEMS are SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE

The most noteworthy specilist site is Government Auctions UK, found easily by typing their name into Google.

They have thousands of enquiries a week from auction visitors, purchasers and consumers who are interested in what’s being sold across the country at auctions right now...

Government Auctions websites are run specifically for dedicated bargain hunters, they are the first place people come to when looking for a steal.

Whether it’s cars or vans, computers or software, linen or silk - it’s all being sold right now somewhere in your country.

They have developed a revolutionary marketing system that will enable clients to receive the most up-to-date, relevant information about the very latest up-coming sales. Government Auctions UK websites have been running since 1999.

Although the name suggests they deal mainly with government auctions, which they do comprehensively, they actually cover the whole spectrum of sales.

At present you probably hear about sales by word of mouth, by reading an advert, or by requesting a catalogue from an auction you know is about to be held.

What about the sales you don’t hear about???

GAUK developed a powerful, searchable database, which can be accessed by clients looking for, either something specific, or an auction in a defined area.

If a client is looking for, lets say property, or computers they simply type this into our search facility and those auctions dealing with those items will appear.

If a customer wants to find all sales in a specific area they simply enter the county of interest and they are listed. The exciting innovation introduced by Government Auctions UK is that auction houses across the entire country have secure access to their listing from any computer and up-date listings themselves ensuring you get up-to-the-minute information.
 
This unique system ensures our clients have the most up-to-date, reliable information available. Many auction houses post a complete catalogue of lots with a description of what’s being sold, and if they have a web presence already then we provide a link from their listing at Government Auctions UK to their site.

Government Auctions UK site is extremely easy to navigate and simple to use.

CONTENTS

WHY PEOPLE SELL AT AUCTION TYPES OF AUCTION
TYPES OF AUCTION
Government and General Auctions
Motor Auctions
Land & Property
Antiques and Collectibles
Internet Auctions Titles
Insurance Policies On-Site Auctions
Private Treaty Sales

THE CATALOGUE
Sample Terms and Conditions

QUESTIONS
Asking the Right Questions

BIDDING PROCESS & STRATEGY
Glossary of Auctioneers' Terms
The Ring

TEN POINT PLAN FOR SUCCESSFUL AUCTION PURCHASE

AUCTION PROCEDURES
At The Auction
Items Sold 'As Seen' and 'With Warranty'
No Reserve Auctions
Learning the Ropes
It's All a Game
Payment

TRANSPORTING YOUR GOODS

TAXING TIMES

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL AUCTIONS
CAR AUCTIONS
At The Auction
Auction Do's and Don'ts
How to Judge a Car at Auction
What to Look For
LAND & PROPERTY
Find Your Property
Confirm Your Finance
Appoint a Solicitor
Explanation of General Conditions of Sale

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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SIDE NOTE
With this book being sold all over the world we do try to be as
generic as possible. However, occasionally there are instances
that a reference may be made to the UK for instance when the
equivalent has another name or reference in other countries.

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The purpose of this guide is two-fold. First, it is to stimulate your interest in auctions in general.

Auctions are fascinating places; full of sharp-eyed traders ever-ready to snap up a bargain, anxious vendors keeping their fingers crossed that they will achieve, or even better their reserve, nervous first-time bidders unsure of what to do or how to behave.

Bored staff waiting for the day to be over at rate of 110 lots per hour, distressed sellers seeing a treasured possession or family heirloom slip from their grasp.

Victory, defeat, elation, despair, excitement, boredom, every emotion is present to some degree at an auction.

Indeed, with a good auctioneer controlling proceedings the excitement can be infectious, particularly when a much sought after lot hits the floor. Building slowly and steadily as bidder after bidder drops out until only two bidders remain - a winner and a loser, one elated, one disappointed, the auctioneer builds upon the charged atmosphere, and then moves onto the next lot.

The second function of this guide is to strip away much of the myth associated with auctions and to show them for what they really are. Auctions are either places where you can buy something at a knockdown bargain price (if you know what you are doing, know what to look for and how to behave), or places where you can pay over the odds for something that you really did not want in the first place.

Whether you are interested in auctions as a means of purchasing the occasional item which you need for your home or business, or whether you wish to take the next step and buy and sell at auction, this is the guide for you.

It is written by a team of experienced auction-goers. It is designed to help you bid successfully at four major types of auction:

Antiques and Collectibles
Government and General
Motor Auctions
Land and Property Auctions

Finally, at the back of the guide you will find a glossary of terms ranging from antique dealers' 'tradespeak' to explanations of some of the more specialist terms found in the auction world.

To be successful at auction you have to be as knowledgeable, or even more knowledgeable about both the tricks of the auction trade and the goods on offer as everyone else that turns up on the day.

Experience is the key; visit as many auctions as you can and learn everything you can about the goods you are looking for. Keep you hands in your pockets and watch and listen. Soak up the atmosphere.

Learn from the behaviours of others, and don't even think of making a bid until you are ready!

Kind regards
Government Auctions UK Team
e-mail: http://www.governmentauctionsuk.co.uk/contact-form.html
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