Auctions by Marshall, Inc. was founded in 1981 by Gail Y. Marshall, President and CEO, at that time the only female owner of an auction corporation in North and South Carolina. Since that time she has achieved the certification of CAI, graduate of the Certified Auctioneer's Institute (one of only 40 in North Carolina and the only one in Charlotte, NC) and AARE, Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate (one of only approximately 400 in the United States) as well as CES, Certified Estate Specialist, certified by the Auction Marketing Institute in Bloomington, In.
Auctions by Marshall, Inc. has conducted over 3,500 auction for some of the country's largest corporations such as Bank of America and IBM as well as for the individual who is selling their home or the "family stuff". They have sold everything from the most sophisticated computer and banking equipment, to Million $ real estate, sub-divisions, homes from $50,000 to over $2,000,000, many, many restaurants and other business liquidations, even Grandmother's sofa, Granddad's tractor, and an occasional cow or chicken.
Auctions by Marshall, Inc. is a locally owned North Carolina company with office in Monroe, North Carolina. We have built our reputation by doing our utmost best to be fair to all parties concerned. When we complete an auction we want it to be a win...win...win situation. We work very hard to take care of the needs of both buyer and seller. For that reason, we don't advertise for new business. Our business comes from people we have worked with in the past who refer their friends, family, etc. to Auctions by Marshall because their dealings with us were pleasurable. Please be assured that we will work very hard to make your auction a pleasant experience and achieve your goals in the sale of your property.
Gail Marshall will be happy to meet with you to discuss your needs for complete service. Once an agreement has been made, Auctions by Marshall will take it from there.
Please call Gail Marshall at 704-362-3288, office or 704-491-5127 cell phone (what did we do before cell phones?)