In particular, the Auction was a resounding success and all the monies raised on the night (in excess of $100,000) will be directly used for the Microsurgery Foundation’s research.
Geoff J. RentonExecutive Director, Microsurgery Foundation
I first met Phil back in 2015, where we engaged his services to conduct Auctioneering training for my staff. It became evident that Phil was not only a natural but, the best auctioneer I had ever seen. I soon after engaged Phil to Auctioneer at a land subdivision where five lots were being offered for sale by auction in one day. Phil and I worked well together, his advice, direction before the auction made sure we were in a perfect position, come auction day. The auction was a huge success with $647,000 above the reserve prices achieved, a considerable crowd and thrilled vendors.
I only use Phil, and I will only ever use Phil for my auctions as I would never want to risk my vendor’s result by not using the best!
Thanks, Michael Ferris – Ferris Gold
Michael FerrisDirector, Ferris Gold
Novice Auctioneers…. Well done!
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
A total of seven contestants competed at the Victorian Novice Auctioneers Championship at REIV headquarters in Camberwell today.
Michael Kelly from Nelson Alexander, Charlie Atkin, Michael Bolton, Eric Brown and Martin Frengoese all from Hocking Stuart, Stasi from Philip Webb and Byron Kerr from Buxton performed very well. I don’t envy the judges because the standard was exceptionally high. The winner is announced at the REIV annual awards night of nights at Crown in October.