Automate Instructions to Bidders - Auction (Government Real and Related Personal Property) with Flow template

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How to Automate Instructions to Bidders - Auction (Government Real and Related Personal Property) with Flow template

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How to Automate Instructions to Bidders - Auction (Government Real and Related Personal Property) with Flow template

There are two prominent strategies mentioned in the text: 1. Coming in late: By waiting until towards the end of the auction to make your first bid, it gives the impression that you have a higher budget than you actually do. This can be effective in intimidating other bidders. However, it is important to note that this strategy may not always work if there are experienced bidders present who can see through the tactic. 2. Early bidding and then refraining: Another strategy is to come in early and bid before the reserve price is reached. However, after reaching a certain point or giving the appearance of losing interest, refrain from further bidding. This can create doubt among other bidders and potentially lead them to believe they have successfully 'shaken you off.' Then, during the final stages of the auction, come back in with strong bids to surprise and disconcert the opposition. It is also important to consider the auctioneer's tactics. Auctioneers may try to extend the bidding process with trial closes or false announcements to entice potential bidders. It is beneficial to stay calm and wait until the auctioneer announces that the property is officially for sale before getting actively involved in the bidding. In the end, the most crucial aspect is to have a bidding strategy that aligns with your goals and budget. Whether it involves making higher bids or timing your entry into the bidding process, choose a strategy that you are comfortable with and maintain control throughout the auction.