Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

We welcome broker participation. All you have to must do is have your broker contact the designated Auction Manager, and we will provide them with the Buyer Broker Registration Form.


No problem! If directed by the seller contact us through my website and we will get an agent to set up your own private showing.

Yes, you will be able to access due diligence in the Documents section of the property page. This section contains documents to help you make a more informed decision about the property. This information may include, but is not limited to, items such as the property reports, area information, purchase contract, and terms and conditions of sale.

“As is, Where is” means buyers purchase the property with no guarantees in regards to the condition of the property. Buyers should rely entirely on their own information, and their inspection of the property. In some rare cases this means buying without setting foot on the property. If showings and inspections are allowed by our seller, we invite you and your experts (contractors, inspectors, surveyors, engineers, land planners, etc.) to inspect the property by appointment as many times as you would like (during our viewing times and dates). We want to provide you with ample access to help you assess the available property. Please contact us through the website or the listing agent to arrange available times.

The Buyer’s Premium is an amount that is added onto the highest bid to arrive at the total contract price for the property. Buyer’s Premiums vary from auction to auction, so please see the Terms & Conditions of each sale to determine what amount applies to you.

Registration allows you to save properties in your watchlist, sign up for auction alerts, register to bid on an auction, as well as access certain restricted features of the site.

To register to bid on a property, you will be prompted to login, or if you have not yet created a account you will be prompted to do so. After you create an account you may click the Register button towards the bottom of your screen. You will be required to accept the Auction Terms & Conditions as well as provide a credit card for the pre-authorization amount. This pre-authorization is released within 48 hours after the auction if you are not the winning bidder. Upon completing checkout you will be able to place bids on the property. If you have further questions or need assistance, please contact the designated Auction Manager.

Yes, you have to show proof of funds before you can bid.

Yes, you can bid on multiple properties at once. To do this, you will need to register individually for each property and make a separate bid deposit for each auction you wish to participate in.

Once you are the winning bid, your agent must submit the state contract for an offer to purchase. As far as closing documents, the title company and/or closing attorney will provide any documents necessary for the closing process.

You may take possession of the property any time after closing.

The seller will provide a preliminary title insurance policy on the property purchased and closed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Purchase and Sale Agreement.

The earnest money deposit is the amount due within 24 hours after the close of the auction to the held in a non-interest bearing escrow account until closing. Usually at a local title company. Specify amount on your offer to purchase.

After bidding concludes, The auction manager will provide the information for the Escrow Agent who will be holding funds. This will be done electronically through our title company's website. If you need assistance, please contact us.

Contact the auctioneer to discuss the opportunity to work together as a team on the auction of your listing or seller lead.

Go to Website and register to bid on an auction. As a buyer’s agent, you will be required to get access to bid from the auctioneer/agent.

No, the auction purchase agreement will be collected once you have the winning bid. The sellers will review and will have the ultimate say to accept, reject or counter the winning offer.

Absolutely not! We have agents all over from all different brokerages use our system and help bring transparency to your transactions!.

Go to Website and register as a listing agent with Website. Our easy process is all laid out on there. We also have 7 day a week support staff to assist you.

Go to SimpliOffer.com and register to bid on an auction. As a buyer’s agent, you will not be required to put down a credit card like a buyer would.

No, that will be collected once you have the winning bid. The sellers will review and will have the ultimate say to accept, reject or counter the winning offer.

Absolutely not! We have agents all over the nation from all different brokerages use our system and help bring transparency to your transactions!.

Why wait? Register today!