Auctions of Horse Property, Farm, and Land Auctions


Including Horse Property, Horse Facilities, Ranches and Land


1. Review Terms, Conditions and Disclosures

Usually, the terms and conditions for the sale and any disclosures relating to the property will be on the Auctioneers web. If you cannot find them, ask for the information or exact link. Read closely before participating.

2. Inspections and Appraisals

All properties available for bid are sold “As Is, Where Is,” meaning financing cannot be contingent on inspections or appraisals. If you are unfamiliar with the real estate market of the area, you can perform your own online research for area sales or research the county courthouse records. If you are working with a Realtor or agent, ask for comparable sales and/or information about any zoning plans or government changes for the area. And, since most properties will have open public inspection periods, you perform any inspections or have the property appraised before auction day. The dates and times for public inspection are listed on each property’s Details Page.

3. Your Financing

Since sales are "As Is, Where Is" they are sold without any contingencies, including inspections and financing. Therefore, you should have your financing lined up before you bid. Most sales close within 30 days. If you are in need of financing, check with your agent or auction company for a list of Lenders.

NOTE:For more information on real estate auctions, contact the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Auction Dept. at 312.329.8268 or



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