First Time Buyers
- 10% commission on the fall of the hammer, excl. VAT
- 15% VAT (VAT not applicable to all assets)
- R2000 DOC fee, excl. VAT, on all items with registration documents
*There will be an extra online bidding fee charged on all online bidding through 3rd party companies.
The majority of our assets are not reserved; therefore, we will sell those assets for any amount as long as there are multiple bidders and not just a single offer.
On Auction, the bidder has the option to bid any amount they wish; therefore, assets can be bought at a significantly lower price in comparison to market related prices.
Yes, you can bid over the phone provided that you have followed all procedures and regulations in order to register for the Auction.
Unless another arrangement has been made with management, we require payment from you within 48 hrs of the Auction closure.
All bids are binding. Once you have bid on an asset and you are the highest bidder, the asset becomes yours and you are liable to pay for that asset.
Yes. However, arrangements need to be made with your financial institution prior to the auction.
Pre-approval for Finance must be completed and a 10 % deposit is payable for all assets purchased the day of the auction.
Nuco Auctioneers require a R20 000 registration deposit (refundable) either by EFT or by swiping your cheque/credit card onsite.
We also require your FICA documentation i.e. a copy of your ID and proof of residence (water and lights, electricity bill etc.).
Download the registration form before auction day - recommended, to avoid queues on the day.
Call our offices at least 2 days in advance and complete your registration telephonically and pay your deposit by way of EFT.
Register on auction day before the auction starts. Be sure to arrive earlier in order to complete the registration form and make the deposit payment.
You will be given an auction buyer’s number that you will use to bid with on arrival.