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Where Buyers & Sellers Get Together

Map of Grounds

Why Auction? 

We have a variety of auction (and market) options to suit you from onsite weekly and monthly auctions to specialty auctions. Be sure to visit our extensive menu of sub links to check out our exciting variety of auction options.

As a seller when you consign your unwanted goods with us you have a whole team of experts working for you – sales, marketing, internet services, highly qualified auctioneers, clerks, customer service, social media, payment processing, and more.

Whether buying or selling you avoid the need to meet with strangers or invite them to your home or property. No dealing with bogus offers and scam calls and emails.

We can accept and collect cash, check and credit or debit payments.

 

How to Buy at Our Auctions

You must have a Yellow Buyer/Seller Card to bid. Please stop in our Main Office or East or West End Auction Barns Cashier stations (hours vary) with a photo ID to register for your Buyer/Seller Number (Yellow Card). Registration is free. This is your PERMANENT NUMBER. Many of our bidders have had their number for decades. You can use it buy or sell for most of our on site auctions. If you forget your card, stop in the office with identification to obtain a free replacement card.

Products to be sold are available for potential buyer inspection prior to bidding.  In addition to perusing items in person, photos of some items are often posted as consignments arrive, so check back often as new photos are posted on the corresponding albums within this site. Buyers are encouraged to exercise due diligence. All sales are final.

Bidding & Purchase

If you are bidding pay close attention to the Auctioneer. As the price increases you simply keep bidding until you are no longer comfortable with the price offered or until the competing bids drop off and you have the winning bid. If you have the winning bid – Congratulations! You are encouraged to pick up your item(s) when possible and keep them with you. You are responsible for the item(s) from this point on. You must check out and pay prior to removing items from the property. Payment Terms are Cash, Check, Debit or Credit (Mastercard, Visa or Discover). All sales are final. Sales tax is charged when applicable. 3% fee is waived for cash or good check. Checks should be made payable to Rogers Community Auction.

How to Sell at Auction?

Please stop in our Main Office or East or West End Auction Barns Cashier stations (hours vary) with a photo ID to register for your Buyer/Seller Number (Yellow Card). Registration is free. This is your PERMANENT NUMBER. Many of our bidders have had their number for decades. You can use it buy or sell for most of our on site auctions. If you forget your card, stop in the office with identification to receive a replacement card.

Drop Off Your Items

Our Staff will direct you on where you can unload your items. Your items will be tagged and we will provide you with a check-in slip that serves as your receipt to insure that your items are credited to you. Please be sure you know your Seller Number and that your mailing address and contact information is up to date in our system. In the case of large items, we have equipment to assist you in loading and unloading.

A commission card with current commissions for all auction options is shown below for your reference. You may also wish to pick up a copy of this card from any of our auction offices.

Consignors may wish to set a reserve price. This is the lowest amount you will allow an item to sell for. There is a $10 non-refundable fee to set a reserve.

Consignors bidding on and purchasing their own items are subject to a $10 non-refundable Buy Back Fee.

Get Paid

Following the auction sale we will prepare a consignor statement showing the sale price of each item, commission as applicable and any profit to you will be put on a consignor check. See Commission Card (below) for various auction commission rates).

For Second Tuesday Monthly Consignment Auction proceeds, you may pick up your consignor check in the Main Office on the Friday immediately following the sale from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

For Wednesday Hay and Grain Auction proceeds, you may pick up your consignor check in the Main Office on the Friday immediately following the sale from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

For Weekly Friday Auction proceeds you may pick up your consignor check in the Main Office the Monday following from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

In all of the aforementioned auctions, if you do not pick up your check in office, your consignor check will be mailed to the address on file for the coordinating seller number.

 

 

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