Real Estate Results

Accelerated Marketing Plan + Competitive Bidding = Qualified Buyers with Cash in Hand

Clifton Mansion & Contents

SOLD: $825,000

This property languished on the market for one year when the seller inquired about an auction. It had been listed for $800,000.00. It sold at auction in 30 days for $745,000.00 to a cash buyer and closed in two weeks.

We had a Saturday Open House with over 200 people in attendance. We conducted a live auction, selling the personal property first and the real estate thereafter.


Residential Real Estate Auction

SOLD: $675,000

Sold just two weeks after being listed for auction!

Perched on the most prime view of Landen Lake, this four bedroom, four and a half bath stately home sold by private treaty sale just two weeks after it was listed for auction!

This property was appraised at $500,000.  The seller knew if it was traditionally listed, it would be appraised by a potential lender for less than $500,000.  The auction method was the only way to achieve REAL FAIR MARKET VALUE… the home sold for $675,000 the Auction Way!!

The word “Auction” means “Action” and immediately inspires urgency among earnest buyers with cash in hand!


Luxurious Vacation Home and Classic Cars

SOLD: $666,500

Tim & Rita Odom restored classic cars on their luxurious river-view vacation property.  Worley Auctioneers marketed their cars, parts and equipment to bidders worldwide, realizing highly competitive results totaling over $276,000.

This gorgeous 4-seasons property had languished on the market for months before selling for $390,500.  Auctions work!  


Landominium & Contents

SOLD: $273,248

Nestled in the Chateau Lakes Community, this 3 bedroom lakeside landominium was a Trust property.  The Trustee, a long time bidder with Worley Auctioneers, knew where to turn when charged with selling his parents house, vehicle and personal property.  Worley Auctioneers designed a two-part auction event that attracted dozens of bidders and established true market value for the property.


Hillsboro OH Commercial Real Estate

SOLD: $209,000

This commercial property on five cleared acres in Hillsboro, Ohio, functioned as a church until it was foreclosed upon after funds were stolen by a board member.  Worley Auctioneers worked closely with the mortgagor/ bank to plan and execute an auction marketing program.

Marketing included the production of Property Information Packets (PIP); signage; targeted mailers to homeowners and businesses in a 5 mile radius; custom webpage and photo gallery.  A comprehensive digital campaign reached thousands of prospective bidders, along with MLS listing, email blast sent to more than 15,000 Worley bidders, local real estate agents, etc.


Goshen OH Estate Auction

SOLD: $319,617

Elderly gentleman moved into assisted living, and we sold the real estate and contents on his behalf.

Trustee was going to list property at $250,000.  This sprawling ranch and contents brought well above-market value!


Mason OH Commercial Real Estate Auction

SOLD: $321,200

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Mason, Ohio, this versatile office space with grandfathered signage brought top dollar at online-only auction!


Estate of William King

SOLD: $1 Million+

This 178-acre family farm in Butler County brought over $1 million at live auction.  Interestingly the property was canvassed in classic cars, rare parts and Indian motorcycles that fetched an additional million at online auction.


2-Condo Trust Auction

SOLD: $79,200

Contacted by an attorney representing an entangled Guardianship, Worley auctioned two investment properties located in the same building.

Sale prices of $40,700 and $38,5000 were readily approved by the Probate Court, as they reached 95% and 79% of appraised value respectively. 


House & Contents Auction for Guardianship

SOLD: $196,725

Ordered sold by Guardian, with approval of Butler County Probate Court, this property sold well above the statutory 2/3 reserve.

The contents, including a large collection of depression glass, antiques, furniture and tools and exercise equipment was auctioned the same day.


Online-only Heirs’ Auction

SOLD: $192,500

Secluded, wooded and set on 1.665 acres, this attractive home was an easy sell.  The deceased owner raised Boston Terriers, so it featured a large fenced yard and grooming studio in the basement.


13 Investment Properties

SOLD: $290,626

Court-Ordered Auction for the benefit of Frisch’s Restaurant

In the largest recent embezzlement scandal to strike the Cincinnati business community, former Frisch’s Asst. Treasurer Michael Hudson embezzled nearly $4 million from the company over a seven-year period.

While most of the funds had been gambled away, Hudson diverted some of the embezzled money into investment properties, and liquidating them was Frisch’s only opportunity for recovery.  The 13 residential properties were auctioned online in December 2015 event that realized total sales of $290,626.

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