The site is a labor of love from a leading expert in the storage auction world, designed to encourage participation in the fastest-growing segment of the auction industry.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
TCL Media Group, a website development company focusing on storage unit auctions, is pleased to announce our newest addition to the storage auction niche. We have developed a revolutionary new virtual storage auction site. The site, VirtualStorageAuction.com, offers a completely free listing service for storage unit auctions. Units can be placed for sale by storage facilities, auctioneers or private sellers, and bidders have the ability to carefully research the available units before placing a bid.
Online storage auctions are a convenient solution for buyers and sellers alike. Buyers can bid from the comfort of their homes or offices, allowing them to maximize their storage auction attendance without wasting time and gas. Sellers can often recover 25% to 100% more for their delinquent units. In addition to sales by storage facilities, private sellers can place their units for sale to avoid foreclosure or simply empty out a unit of unwanted items.
Unlike other online storage auction sites, VirtualStorageAuction.com offers a legal alternative to storage facilities which are located in states where online storage auctions are questionable. Some states require auctions to take place at the storage facility or a reasonably near public place, making online auctions non-compliant with the law. However, facility owners can run the virtual auction concurrently with the in-person auction to sidestep this concern while still reaping the benefits of an online auction.
VirtualStorageAuction.com differs from its competitors in another important way as well: It's completely free. Bidders don't need to register a credit card in order to join, and anyone can use the service without any fees. The site is a labor of love from a leading expert in the storage auction world, designed to encourage participation in the fastest-growing segment of the auction industry.