As the year draws to a close, I wanted to take a moment to express our sincere gratitude for your unwavering partnership with us at J Martin Auctions. Your trust and collaboration have been invaluable to our success, and we’re truly grateful for the opportunity to serve you. Looking back on the past years, we’ve […]
Auctions work for both buyers and sellers. Especially in today’s market, buyers are waiting around – unsure of value and hesitant to make offers. An auction identifies all the potential buyers in the market, gathers them in one place, and brings the market price to the auction. So, buyers and sellers both get the best,
As we come to an end of another year, we want to thank you for your continued business and invite you to our customer appreciation event Friday, December 1st from 5:30PM to 7:30PM. Come enjoy some good food, give aways, and socializing!
We hear you buyers…. and we took note! If you have been following the recent advertisements to our auctions, you would have seen the updated receiving deadline- now a week before the auction. We made this decision to up the deadline to give us more time to have the catalog completely finished and up online
Looking to have a farm or estate auction? Our Spring 2023 auction schedule is filling up already! Contact Jay or the office to schedule your auction- where at your farm or in our yard! Jay Martin- 315-521-3123 Office: 315-856-8447
Heads up on a change in the commission schedule for our next auction- October 7th & 8th. If you were a buyer at our July 2022 auction, we would have seen the massive amounts of small items we had in the day 1 auction. in an effort to control the quality of the items we
As we close out the first quarter of 2022. i want to thank everyone that has done business with us! The first quarter is one of the business times of the year for us- especially March. We look forward to doing more business with you in the rest of the year! Never done business with
Any of our customers that has done business with us know that we strive for customer satisfaction. It is very rewarding at the end of an auction or transaction when a customer/consignor shakes your hand and tells you he is very happy with his experience and the quality, hard work, and honestly of our company.
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