The Storage Auctions Guide was created with a concise spectrum of what we believed was the most important knowledge for new buyers to have.
Prince William, Va. (PRWEB) February 16, 2013
A panel of experts has updated their free storage auctions guide for patrons of these popular daily events. Storage-Auctions-Guide.com was developed with input from veteran auctioneers, buyers, and self storage business managers.
Contents of self storage units are auctioned when a person fails to pay rent on a unit he or she has leased, a process that has received a lot of attention over the past year as four popular reality-based television shows have surfaced that detail the behind-the-scene operation of these auctions. It’s estimated that over 10,000 storage auctions take place each day in the United States.
Storage-Auctions-Guide.com covers methods for locating auctions and offers tips on assessing storage units, managing the bidding process, and efficiently selling acquired items on sites like eBay or Craig’s List. The guide also discusses advanced measures for finding auctions that are attended by less people and discovering information about what may be in a unit before an auction takes place.
“There are already many books about storage auctions, and they range in quality of content and in price from $5-$50,” said Adam Meyer, guide contributor and editor for StorageAuctionCentral.com, a popular news site. “The Storage Auctions Guide was created with a concise spectrum of what we believed was the most important knowledge for new buyers to have.”
The guide’s contributors recently updated the manual’s content to include more tips and tricks for the storage auction newcomer. “There are some fundamental practices that will help anyone perform better when obtaining a storage unit at auction. We’ve spent years compling this information and are providing it to the public for free” said Meyer.
Storage Auction Central is a leading provider of news, information, and discussion involving the operation of self storage auctions in North America. For more details about storage auctions, visit http://storageauctioncentral.com, or join the active discussion on our storage auctions forum.