- SELLING AT AUCTION
- BUYING AT AUCTION
Items that require transfer of title where the consignor does not currently have title
Paint & cleaning supplies
Out-dated and non-operating computer hardware
Drugs or drug paraphernalia
Stained or damage goods
Used mattresses unless in perfect condition
Used Clothing unless in mint condition or designer
Including, but not limited to, estate items, antiques, furniture, business assets, appliances, tools, comic books, artwork, firearms, entire collections, vehicles, boats, coins, silver, glassware, unique items and more. If your items are not listed, please give us a call to discuss.
With registered bidders from all 50 states and over 75 foreign countries, our auction marketing network is ready to generate the results you are looking for. In addition to our online auction marketplace, your items are published to hundreds of auction and auction related websites nationwide. Also, we invest significantly in marketing your assets to the world through a variety of traditional and non traditional methods that are proven to generate results.
EJ’S is located just minutes from the 101 freeway at 5880 w Bell road at the cross streets of 59th avenue & Bell in the City of Glendale Arizona.
If you are able to bring your items to the facility, it is as simple as calling and scheduling a time for us to receive your appraisal. If you need help getting your items to our facility, we have our own transportation division that can pack & move all your items.
When we receive your items, we will have you sign an appraisal auction agreement, and identify/tag your items with your assigned seller number. At this time, we will also schedule your items for the next available auction. We will then organize all of your items to be photographed, as well as write detailed descriptions for the online auction catalog. Your items will be marketed and available for bidding online and live within our facility.
At the conclusion of the auction, we will process payments from winning bidders and facilitate the opportunity for those buyers to pick up their items during a scheduled time. We will also provide shipping services for some buyers, at their expense.
We are paid a commission or percentage of the gross sales for your items. Our commission rate varies depending on the type of assets or property you are selling. We are happy to discuss our commission rates with you after talking to you about what you have to sell. There are no other fees for marketing or processing your items for the auction.
Auctions are settled 21 business days of the conclusion of the auction. In addition to the proceeds minus our commission, you will receive an itemized and detailed report outlining each item or group of items and what they sold for.
If you have items to consign, give us a call at 623-878-2003 or fill out our contact us form
All payments for purchasing are due same day of auction, We accept Cash, Debit, Discover,Visa, MasterCard. American express & personal checks are not accepted.
All items are sold “AS IS WHERE IS” No warranty
When you arrive, proceed to the cashier desk to register for a bidding number. You will be asked to provide your name, address, phone number, and acceptable identification.
At most auctions, items are sold “as is – where is.” Therefore, it is important to preview items before the auction and determine quality and condition so you will not be disappointed after buying.
A buyer’s Premium of 15% of the “hammer price” for auctions will be added to each purchase to reach the total sales price. Online and Absentee Bidders will be charged 20% buyer’s premium. The total sales price is subject to applicable sales tax.
The highest bidder is the buyer. If any dispute arises between two or more bidders, the auctioneer will decide the buyer or immediately put the item up for sale again.
Online buyers can arrange for shipping through our offsite, partnered shipping service, before the auction or afterwards. Typically, all items for shipping without a call to our office will ship with the partnered shipper.
Auction bidding is not something to be afraid of. You will not buy accidentally be scratching your nose; the auctioneer knows when you are bidding seriously. On the other hand, don’t wait too long if you want an item – get your bid in early so the auctioneer has the bid before the item is sold.
The record of sale kept by the auctioneer and clerk will be taken as absolute and final in all disputes