Pam Golding Properties is joining forces with online auction platform BidX1.
The BidX1 platform allows users to buy and sell property from any device anywhere in the world.
BidX1 is the second largest auction company in Ireland and the UK.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
A buyer will register… at a given time the auction starts… you’re able to see all the bids in real-time… When there are no bids for at least a minute, the bid closes…— Andrew Golding, Pam Golding Property Group
You can’t have ghost bidders… there will be none of the murky stuff…— Andrew Golding, Pam Golding Property Group
The traditional model needs to define very accurately what its value proposition is.— Andrew Golding, Pam Golding Property Group
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