General Auction Terms
Buyer's Premium - A buyer's premium is an advertised percentage of the high bid added to the high bid to determine the total price to be paid. A buyer's premium is added to EACH item, not on the total of the overall invoice. The high bid plus the buyer's premium is the amount upon which tax is charged. For example: If the high bid is $100.00 and there is a ten (105) percent buyer's premium, the buyer's premium amount would be $10.00, for a total price of $110.00
*AS IS, WHERE IS* - All items are sold as such, meaning the property is selling without warranties as to its condition and/or fitness of the property for particular use. You are solely responsible for examining and evaluating the property for your own protection. Sales are not contingent on buyer inspections. You should make all inspections with a professional (should you choose) during the available preview times.