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Have you sold your rural property?

Hinter Auctions are the rural property clearance auction specialists

One of the unenviable tasks after selling your rural property is getting it cleared and ready for settlement. In most cases, a clearing sale by auction is your best and most efficient option. Clearing auctions bring all of your buyers together at the one time to compete for the right to buy your farming plant, equipment, and sundry items. The team at Hinter Auctions are your 1st go-to for your property-clearing sale needs and specializes in helping farmers sell their assets at auction. We also offer a variety of marketing services to help you reach the widest possible audience for your auction.

We make the property clearance process easy

We are fully aware that vendors are usually very busy during the course of selling and settlement of their rural property. The team at Hinter Auctions strives to make the property-clearing process as simple for the vendor as possible.


  • Auction Agreement – once a vendor has decided to engage Hinter Auctions to conduct the clearing sale the agreement is drawn up using the Office of Fair Trading Appointment of Motor Dealers or Chattel Auctioneer Form 9
  • Laying Out – The auction team will lay out all of the lots presentable for auction. This usually entails having all of the lots presented in neat rows allowing the bidders easy access to view all lots
  • Cataloging/lotting – all lot items are cataloged and placed into auction inventory. Each lot will also be assigned an individual lot number. A full inventory list is provided to the vendor
  • Marketing – Hinter Auctions will design marketing materials for both print and digital marketing. A marketing campaign will be executed up to the day of the sale. Marketing is both paid (according to the agreement) and organic. Hinter Auctions has a strong social media presence and is proficient at targeted social media advertising.
  • Auction Set Up – The day prior to the sale the site will be set up ready to conduct the auction. This includes setting up the registration/admin area, parking signage, and audio/visual.
  • Pre-Viewing – At times pre-viewing will be open the day prior to the auction (if agreed). This allows potential bidders to take a closer look at the lots without the hustle and bustle of the auction

Auction Day

  • Bidder Registrations – all bidders are registered into the auction and provided a unique bidding number. Photo ID is required for all onsite bidders. Online and phone bidders (if available) are identified by credit card verification
  • The Auction – The auction is conducted by asking for a starting bid followed by further bids at increments set by the auctioneer. When the hammer falls or the auctioneer calls sold the high bidder is the buyer of the lot. All of the auctioneers maintain current registrations in the state of Queensland
  • Invoicing and Payments – invoices are provided to all buyers and payments are taken. Payments are taken by a variety of methods and deposited into the Hinter Auctions nominated trust account
  • Collection – collection is facilitated by the auction team

Post Auction

  • Deposits and Reconciliation – all monies are deposited and reconciled against the invoice/payment records
  • Vendor Settlement – Once all funds have been cleared into the nominated trust account the settlement is processed and balance payed to the vendor. We pride ourselves on a quick settlement and is usually processed within 2 weeks of the sale.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you with your farm clearance needs

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