Why sell with Auction Blue?
To leave the stress of advertising, price determination and negotiating with prospective buyers to us. With over 120,000 registered buyers, a huge number of prospective buyers look through our web site every day, maximizing your good’s potential for sale. Let our experienced staff simplify the selling process for you.
When are the auctions held?
Homemaker (Appliances, Lounges, Carpet & Flooring) - Fortnightly on Fridays.
Wine - Fortnightly on Fridays at 5pm
Cars, Boats, Bike, Equipment and General Goods - Fortnightly on Saturdays at 10am.
Curios & Collectables - Fortnightly on Saturdays at 1pm.
Jewellery - 4th Thursday of every Month..
Stamps - 2nd Thursday of every Month..
Currency - 3rd Thursday of every Month.
When can I bring in my goods?
We are heavily booked, normally 3-4 week in advance. So please phone the office on (08) 8351 7373 and speak to one of the friendly staff to book a time to bring your goods in. Some goods (Motor Vehicles & Premium Wines) can be accepted straight away. If you are dealing with a matter that requires immediate attention we are flexible and will try to accommodate you..
What is Auction Blue’s commission?
25% of the sale price, is our default commission (minimum charge $100). A more competitive rate is negotiable on large ticket items. Please call
our office to discuss this further if your goods require special
Can Auction Blue pick my goods up?
Yes! We can arrange packing and collecting of your goods. We have our own small truck for smaller jobs or can recommend other removalists for bigger jobs. Just phone us and we will arrange pick up and delivery for you. Pick-up days are from Wednesday through Friday. A reasonable hourly rate is charged and deducted from the sale of goods.
What about reserves?
In general our auctions our unreserved. However, on high quality, high value items we will work with you to obtain the best price. We will advise you on setting a target price and if the bidding is not strong we can pass an item in.
What about payment?
Approx 10 working days after the sale of your items you will receive payment with a tax invoice itemising the amount each item realised. Payment is normally made by cheque, however ongoing clients may prefer to set up for electronic payments and statements.
What if an item is not saleable?
Auction Blue only accept saleable items. Some items will need to grouped together and sold as one lot, but that is up to our experienced staff to determine. Rest assured, if we accept your goods, we will be able to sell them, with very few exceptions. Where something is not saleable we can dump it for a fee or you will be required to collect it.