Webinar on demand

Awkward auction activities

Recorded 19 May 2017

  • Imagine that on auction day you only have one registered bidder? What happens? Do you have to run the auction?
  • What is the law surrounding conducting the auction on the day, calling for bids, passing in? 
  • What can happen if you don’t run the auction on auction day but you sell the property by way of an exchange of contracts? In this scenario, what do selling agents do and why / what motivates them? 
  • What do you do if a buyer has an authorised bidder register on their behalf but then the buyer themselves turns up on auction day and registers to bid? Is this legal, is this collusion?
  • What are the different types of bidding strategies that buyers use?

Run by two leading auctioneers, this free Member webinar is designed to give auctioneers, sales agents and buyers’ agents a better understanding about how unusual circumstances can best be handled.

Meet the Presenters

Jesse Davidson. Jesse is a senior auctioneer with auctionWORKS. Upon completing his Bachelor in Business early in 2009, Jesse accepted a position with auctionWORKS. Soon after Jesse entered and won the REINSW’s Novice Auctioneering Competition in 2010.

More recently he won the 2015 REINSW Awards for Excellence in Auctioneering and was a finalist in the 2016 event.

Jesse was also part of the NSW winning team in the recently-held State of Origin Auctioneering Competition, beating Queensland, and is the current Chairperson of the REINSW’s Auctioneers Chapter committee.
 

Gavin Croft. Gavin is the Director of Auctioneering at BresicWhitney, a leading real estate agency in Sydney.

He is a two-time winner of the NSW’s auctioneering championships. He also competed in the Australasian Auctioneering Championships in September 2016, making it through to the final top five.

Gavin was also part of the NSW winning team in the 2016 State of Origin Auctioneering Competition, beating Queensland.