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Cassel & Associates
Phone: (614) 433-7355 Fax: (614) 433-9020 6827 N High St Ste 109, Worthington, OH 43085
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Factors that raised the rating for Cassel & Associates include:
- Length of time business has been operating.
- No complaints filed with BBB.
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This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding
or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain
any requirements are currently being met.
These agencies may include:
Business ManagementMr. Robert S. Cassel, President Ms. Deborah R Cassel, Vp/sec/treas
Auctioneers Liquidators Real Estate
Alternate Business NamesCassel & Associates Realtors/Auctioneers
The Ohio Department of Agriculture which licenses auctioneers, offers the following Consumer Awareness tips: Before hiring and contracting with an auctioneer, there are several factors to consider. All auctioneers are required to enter into a contract with the owner or consignee of the property to be sold. Consumers should review the details of the contract: Does it state the type of auction that I am having? Does it cover the auctioneer fees? Does it cover the advertising and labor? Consumers should fully understand the services for which they will be paying. They should also consider: Auctioneer's expertise: Some auctioneers specialize in certain types of auctions. Ask the auctioneer if they know the market; the value of the property and how to attract the buyers most interested in the property. Ask for their marketing plan. Experience: Auctioneers can conduct anywhere from a few dozen or over 100 auctions in a year. Ask the auctioneer how much experience they have and how long they have been in the business; ask if the auctioneer has earned any special designations or honors from any professional organizations or if they are licensed appraisers. References: Ask for references from former clients. Licensing: Call the Ohio Department of Agriculture to see if the auctioneer is licensed and in good standing. Reputation: Talk to former clients and people who attend auctions frequently. Find out what they know about the auctioneer. Observation: Attend an auction conducted by the auctioneer. See how the auction is advertised and how the auction is run.