Why sell through Auctionjia
Reach out to serious buyers through our auction only platform
Close transactions faster with our monthly auctions
We provide a free next-generation 3D virtual tour with scheduled openhouse, which reduces the hassle of multiple viewings
Full transparency with ability to see all bids
Create competitive tension between bidders
Pay lower all-in fees with our online property auctions, while still having a dedicated agent
Our in-house agents have 6 to 15 years of experience in the industry, and have sold numerous HDB, private residential and commercial properties before joining Auctionjia.
Online & Offline marketing
We help you advertise on:
- Newspaper classifieds
- Flyers through Singpost
- Auctionjia Facebook page
- Auctionjia Facebook sponsored posts
- Auctionjia website
- Auctionjia email blasts to our subscribers
- Email blasts to Redbrick Mortgage Advisory subscribers
Step-by-step guide for seller
1. Meet your dedicated agent
Email / Call our team at email@example.com. Or contact us using this online form.
We will meet you at your convenience to arrange the property listing, open-house viewings, and auction date.
2. Review the conditions of sale
We will share the conditions of sale with registered bidders prior to the start of the online auction.
3. Monitor bids
Monitor the auction online, in your home or on your mobile. Each auction typically runs for a few days. Please refer to details on the live bidding page.
4. Receive deposit
At the close of the auction, if the winning bid meets your Reserve Price, the Buyer will place a deposit of 5%. Remainder will be paid on completion.
If the bids do not meet your Reserve Price, you can either (a) re-list for the next auction, or (b) let us reach out to the highest bidder for further negotiations.
We are happy to answer any further queries. Do contact us at your convenience.
No, you are able to decide on the reserve price. If bids are below the reserve price, the property will not be sold.
All bidders are verified before the auction and have signed a Bidding Agreement, which contractually binds them to purchase the property if they are the winning bidder.