In the past few years, we’ve seen property auctions become quite commonplace. While the concept may be new to some, auctions actually date back to the Roman Empire, when they would liquidate the confiscated assets of debtors or Roman soldiers would auction off the “spoils of war”. While auctions still have the ability to draw large crowds and initiate excitement, they are highly beneficial to buyers and sellers- both get to walk away a winner. Sellers have peace of mind, knowing they received fair market value and have cash in hand on a quick, efficient sale and buyers get to control the purchase price and evaluate investment property, without the hassle of complicated negotiations. It’s not difficult to comprehend why land auctions are successful.
Since 1965, the auction company of Hudson and Marshall (H&M) has set the standard for professionalism and innovation in the industry. They continue to build on a reputation of integrity, experience and professionalism. Hudson and Marshall have conducted more auctions than any other auction company in the country and offer unparalleled full service, handling all aspects of the auction, from the presale strategy and due diligence process through auction day activities and final closings.
On Saturday, February 25, at 10:30 AM, bidders will assemble for an auction of 564 +/- Acres in Two Separate Properties in Laurens County, Georgia. Both properties are in a superb location and offer good, merchantable timber. This is a rare opportunity, as this quality land has been in the same family for years and includes great farmland, timberland and recreational tracts.
Since H&M’s inception, they have conducted more than 5,000 auctions of single family and multifamily, residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial properties, working within both the public and private sector. They have conducted more than 1000 auctions from various government entities, including the Resolution Trust Corporation, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank. Additionally, H&M have also conducted more than 5,000 auctions representing assets from 100 federally insured financial institutions, as well as a host of private entities.
Contact Hudson and Marshall for more information on the February 25th Laurens County Auction or to learn more about their services.
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