The Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association [OSAA], founded in 1955, was created to establish a community of fair auctioneers and buyers.
As a full-service auction and realty company, Smith & Co Auction & Realty is dedicated to providing exceptional service for both buyers and sellers.
There are many advantages to joining an auctioneer’s association, here are a few:
Develop meaningful relationships– An auction association gives members the opportunity to meet and fellowship with like-minded individuals by building connections in the auction world.
Learn insider information– The association gives its members quality auction information through a variety of sources. Members have access to newsletters, courses, and conventions.
Resources– The association gives members resources to make informed financial decisions in regard to auctions and other forms of buying.
Choosing the right auction company
Holding an auction is a great way to sell property, farm equipment, antiques, and other valuables. If you are trying to sell items, it may be difficult to connect with the right buyers so you can successfully sell your items.
Smith & Co Auction has been providing auction services for over 30 years, with experienced auctioneers and real estate brokers. As the Past President and Board Member for the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association, Ira Smith is an award-winning member of the auction community. To provide sellers with the best service, Ira has continued his knowledge of auctions by attending conferences and courses offered by the OSAA and the National Auctioneers Association.
With Smith & Co’s thorough marketing plan, you can ensure that your items will be well advertised to the right kind of buyers across a multitude of platforms.
Contact Smith & Co. today and let us help you with your next auction! For more auction information or to inquire about selling or buying, call us at 580-254-3975 or fill out our online contact form.
If you are interested in joining the Oklahoma State Auctioneers Association, check out their online form here.