FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Familiarity leads to smooth transactions. We want you to be familiar and comfortable with LASTBIDrealestate.com and the online auction process and make sure that all your questions are answered, so that your experience buying real estate at online auction is a positive one. Our Frequently Asked Questions are a compilation of many questions and have put together from actual questions we have experienced, this list is extensive so that you have the answers and familiarity you need to be an informed, confident bidder. We want to provide you with a smooth transaction, meeting and exceeding all your expectations!
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How do I Register?
>Will my email address automatically be placed on any mailing lists by registering?
>What should I do if I get a Credit Card isn't Valid message during the registration process or when bidding for the first time?
>Is my information safe?
>What if I forget my username/password?
Don’t worry, this happens to everyone at one time or another.
- First, click the logo at the top of the page of the company you’d like to bid with.
- Next, click “Log-In” on the top side of the page.
- Then, click the link to retrieve your password (above the user name and password boxes).
- The page will require your username and will ask for the answer to the ‘hint question’ that you answered upon creation of your account.
note: If your account was created before November 2009, or if you simply don’t know your username, simply call 866-672-4806 to have your password information reset.
>Do I need to register for each online auction?
You need only to register once for our online auctions. At that time you will chose a username and password which is good for all of our online auctions. Occasionally, on high profile properties, we may require pre-approval for bidding, but you will not need to re-register.
> Can I inspect the property?
>How do I place a bid?
>What is a bid increment?
A bid increment is the required raise in bid price. For example if the current bid is at $50,000 and the bid increment is $1,000, the next acceptable bid would be $51,000 or more.