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Happy New Years from Everyone at Carolina Auction & Realty

Happy New Year from all of us here at Carolina Auction Realty!  With January upon us we are excited to greet a brand new year of sales.  Our dedicated team is eager to get working.  We want to remind you that if you are making a move and looking to sell your estate,...

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Light Fixtures Online Auction

Any one need brand new light fixtures at below contractors price? We have thousands of them. From inside to outside lights to Crystal Chandeliers to wall light fixtures. You name it we have it. Light Fixtures auction is online bidding only. Starts August 12th, Starts...

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Large land auction will evolve into individual negotiations

NAA Auctioneer Tom Jordan held the largest non-farm auction land sale in the history of New Bern, N.C., over the weekend. The 272-acre residential retail project was appraised at $10 million prior to the auction. Marla Webb has been in real estate and land auction...

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The Origin of Crying the Auction

The Crying the Auction has existed long before Auctioneers were known as “Knights of the Hammer” “Hustlers” or “Colonels. The term “crying” a sale followed shortly after the time when Roman soldiers thrust spears into the ground to signal the start of Auctions for the...

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Successful Industrial Real Estate Auction

On April 29, 2014 we had a successful industrial real estate auction of the bankruptcy of Kenactiv Innovations Inc. the personal property we had sold at auction in March for $200,000. On April 3 United States Bankruptcy Court approved Carolina Auction & Realty to...

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Auction vs Tag Sale

A tag sale involves, basically, a person hired by the fiduciary who will “price” each item with a tag, indicating that the item is available for sale at that price. Too, most tag sale attendees assume that there is room to negotiate, so a fair share of items marked...

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Generations at Raleigh, NC Auction

Consider this: four people, one from each generation, agree to meet at a auction. They are going to pool their money together to bid on an industrial plant and all the equipment that is up for auction. The Silent Generation (1925-1942) insists on setting a time and...

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Antique Clock Online Auction

The Timing Couldn’t Be Better for Online Auctions - Carolina Auction & Realty – Tom Jordan By Jennifer Bilodeau American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute Advancing the Art, Science and Business of Horology  Tom Jordan isn’t just an auctioneer; he is also the son,...

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Chapel Hill Estate Auction

Last weekend we had a very good estate auction in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. There were over 35 bidders on site, who bid on household items ranging from antiques and silverware to Turkish and handmade rugs. After the auction the seller stated that she was very...

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Carolina Auction and Realty

If you are looking for a professional and reputable North Carolina Auctioneer, Tom Jordan President of Carolina Auction & Realty, Inc. and his professional staff with over 30 years combined experience can get the job done in a professional and timely manner with...

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