A Buyer's Guide


You are required to pay a non refundable fee for the bidder's card. Pay the required deposit for small items and machinery, deposit will constitute part of the purchase price.If no purchase is made the deposit shall be refunded. Payment shall be made in form of bank transfer, swipe, ecocash or cash.

  • Particulars of Sale
  • Potential buyers should take full responsibility to check and confirm the particulars of the sale and to satisfy their own requirements regarding the accuracy of all details, measurements, locations, boundaries, leases, searches, photographs, plans and condition of property. All measurements, areas and distances referred to are approximates.

  • Price Guides
  • Each auction property is offered at a guide price and is also subject to a reserve price. The guide price is the level where the bidding will commence. The reserve price is the sellers minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell, The reserve price, which may be up to 10% higher than the guide price, is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of auction . Where price comparables and rental incomes are quoted they are believed to be fair but are to be used for guidance only and their accuracy can not be guaranteed.

  • Register & Bid

    Once you have decided upon the items you wish to bid on you need to register to bid. Registration requires the payment of a deposit, the amount however varies depending on the type of auction you are participating in. At present registration can be done in one of 2 ways:

    1. In Person
    2. Simply fill in our registration form, supplying your Name, ID Number, Address, Phone Number and Email Address. After paying your deposit you will be issued with a buyers card, which then allows you to participate in the auction. Once the auction has started, the auctioneer will call out bids. If the item and price are favourable raise your card and continue to do so until you are either unhappy with the price or you are the only bidder left. Should you be the only bidder left, the auctioneer will then bring down the gavel indicating that you have won and the item is now yours subject to payment.

    3. Remote Bidding
    4. Should you not be able to attend the auction in person, we will bid on your behalf. This practice is what we call a proxy bid and involves you registering for an auction and placing you deposit as surety for payment in advance. When registering you simply note the lot numbers you are interested in and the maximum price you are willing to pay for these lots. By indicating your maximum price you are merely indicating to us when to stop bidding on your behalf. It must however be noted that this does not guarantee you the good as the item will still go to the highest bidder.

  • Pay & Collect
  • If your bid is successful you will be provided with an invoice showing the price. The details provided upon registration will be shown on the invoice so please take care to provide the correct information before hand.Having made full payment your goods will be available for collection