Steve asked: How do I know you have ALL the storage auctions in my area?
That’s a great question. We actually call over 3000 storage facilities every 2 weeks in order to provide you with the most reliable and up to date information available. We provide every storage auction listing that the newspapers do in addition to storage auctions that you cannot find on any other website. Not all newspapers publish their public notices online, especially newspapers in suburban and rural areas. Since we call the storage facilities on a regular basis, we are able to provide you with the schedule for these hard to find storage auctions.
I guarantee you that we provide the most comprehensive storage auction schedule available. None of our competitors even come close. To this date, we have had thousands of storage auction buyers join our service and I’m proud to tell you that we have never been asked for a refund.
Give us a try, if your not totally pleased with our service, I’ll refund your money.
When is the auction list updated?
The auction list is updated every Saturday evening, sometimes as late as midnight depending on the size of the auction lists. Rest assured, we have never missed our deadline.
Once I join, how do I get the auction lists and the e-book?
Once you become a member, simply click on the red login button that is in the upper right hand corner of the page. Once you enter your email address and password, you will have instant access to the auction lists and the e-book.
What is your coverage area?
Our service provides the storage auction schedule for all storage facilities within the Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Austin areas. Click here for more detailed information.
How does AuctionsTX.com get it's storage auction information?
Our call center directly contacts over 3000 self storage facilities, bi-monthly, in order to provide you, the storage auction buyer, with the most up to date listings of every storage auction event occurring within our coverage area. We provide the name, address & phone number of the storage facility, the time and date of the storage auction and the number of units scheduled for public sale at the time the information was collected. The storage auction information is then presented to you in an easy to read, printer friendly, spreadsheet format.