Going once, going twice

Here’s why you should consider putting your property under the hammer with Rawson.


No commission

The buyer typically pays the auctioneer’s commission.

No negotiations

The terms of the offer to purchase are agreed to by the seller and acknowledged in writing by the buyer before the auction takes place.

No obligation

As a seller, you can choose whether to accept the winning bid on the day of the auction. This happens by setting a a price and leaving the offer to purchase open for a period of time before accepting or rejecting it.

More advertising

We usually allocate bigger advertising budgets to properties on auction, as there’s a higher chance that they’ll sell.

No suspensive conditions

Once the hammer falls, the deal is done and the buyer is legally required to follow through.

All types of property

No matter what type of property you have, we can auction it – from flats and townhouses, to apartment blocks and shopping centres. We can even auction your furniture or equipment.

3 steps to sold

Here’s a look at what happens when you choose us to auction your property.


Setting the price

Our auctioneer will help you set your reserve price and determine an auction date.

Marketing the auction

We’ll roll out an intensive and targeted marketing campaign in the run-up to your auction.

Find the perfect property

If you receive an acceptable winning bid on auction day, the deal can be done. It’s that easy.