The Automobile Association (AA) have predicted the biggest fuel price hike in SA history soon.
The escalating fuel costs are playing a large role in how consumers are spending their money.
Keeping the economic landscape in mind, Aucor Auctioneers know that there is a demand for quality, cost-effective vehicles and the week ahead will be vehicle-auction heavy across Aucor’s branches around SA.
“The ongoing fuel increases are forcing consumers to look for alternative avenues where they can buy assets at lower and more reasonable prices. This coming week, Aucor South Africa has secured a large range of assets for those looking at acquiring second-hand, affordable vehicles,” says Aucor Johannesburg head auctioneer Dave Price.
Aucor offers a number of value-added services to make the auction process more convenient for bidders.
While not all bidders may be available to attend the auctions, live webcast bidding will be available on certain auctions.
Aucor has also partnered with reputable financing companies who assist buyers at auctions and can arrange pre-approved finance prior to an auction.
Interested bidders are encouraged to visit www.aucor.com for more information and catalogues on the upcoming auctions, and are also encouraged to attend the viewings on the days prior.
Additional auctions this week also include multi-property auctions; scrap auction; home and office furniture auction, catering, furniture and appliances and residential property in Lesotho.
Aucor remains one of the top, reputable auction houses in South Africa, having been in the industry for 50 years.
The company boasts a national footprint across SA, with seven permanent auction sites servicing in various categories including vehicles; trucks, mining and construction; warehouse and loose assets; property and online auctions.