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About Aasness

AASNESS AUCTIONEERS was formed as family auction business in 1985. Since its founding and continuing on through today, the company’s goals have been, and continue to be to assist the client in marketing and selling their assets, all through effective and expedited selling methods combined with the continued tradition of innovation, integrity and superior service in mind. All of this to achieve the goal of yielding the highest possible potential value of the subject real, business and personal property.

The family owned company has been serving the auction industry for nearly 30 years while conducting a combined 6,000 plus auctions of various types throughout Midwest and across the Nation, Specializing in Real Estate, Land and Ag/Contractor Equipment. Also in addition, they conduct Classic and Antique Tractors/Auto’s, Sporting/Firearms, as well as Commercial, Estate, Specialty and Benefit Auctions.

National Award Winning Auction Services
Aasness Auctioneers: YOUR HIGH PERFORMANCE AUCTION COMPANY
Our goal is to assure that your auction will be a successful one and for your consideration we make these commitments to you:
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Be “prepared” for you the seller and take full responsibility for formulating & executing a good plan-After all we as an auction company and seller are forming a partnership and we will all benefit from a well planned auction.
 2. “Enthusiasm” combined with confidence and composure. Most importantly being ready and willing to go to work for you and then get the job done successfully.
 3. “Honesty and integrity”. With your help as a seller we can represent the property to the best of our ability – Buyer confidence is very, very important! Seller representation is everything!
 4. “Product Knowledge”- You cannot replace experience-having been there, done that and then prepared for next time, it’s immeasurable. Knowing the product and where and if there is a viable market for it- this is so very important if the Auction is to succeed.
 5. A good “marketing strategy”- A strong campaign with “High Target Marketing” to the appropriate audience. Don’t cut corners but yet work within the means of what the potential of the auction is. Good exposure & proper timing for buyers to find out about the auction are a must!
 6. Disclose “terms & conditions” that are clear and concise. Fair rules for the auction and apply these to all participants. Allow the bidding public ability to review the terms and conditions in a clear and concise manner so they can make their buying decisions.
 7. “What are your needs?” Have options with consideration for your needs in the preparation of the Auction. Each auction has individual needs and we need to recognize your needs as a seller and help you address them.
 8. “Competent and qualified staff”. So important to be surrounded by top qualified personal – all important in serving you better as a seller. Your success is important. It’s our success also. We know as an individual, we cannot be and do all the things, so we strive to offer top notch personal ready to accomplish each and every needed task.
 9. “Being the best we can be.” Conscious of striving to be the most qualified and prepared for business success- we are always aware of the need for continuing education  and advancing our expertise in the profession. This, plus always being aware of the latest cutting edge technology that’s available to us as professional Auctioneers, will  all be a huge benefit to you as a seller.
 10. A professional experienced Auctioneer who can “perform and create” the action needed on Auction day. A top notch bid caller – a very important key element towards involving the crowd and getting and then keeping the momentum going. The auctioneer needs to be enthusiastic and be able to energize the bidding public. Settle only for the best. You’ve made the move to sell and with that you’re most likely selling a lifetime. You cannot afford to sacrifice. Remember hiring a top notch professional doesn’t cost, it pays.

Excellence In Service, Performance and Professionalism