Hudson & Marshall Experience
We're the oldest and most experienced. Founded in 1965, H&M is one of the nation's largest and oldest auction firms, setting the standard for professionalism and innovation in the industry. We've conducted more auctions than any other auction company in the country.
We have a full team of experts. Unlike most auction companies who subcontract much of the auction planning and implementation, H&M has a full-time staff of 30 trained and qualified professionals with backgrounds in auctioneering management; real estate; law; accounting; appraisal; and marketing. Our expertise assures consistency in quality of performance and professionalism.
We're full service. H&M provides a complete turnkey approach to auction marketing, handling all aspects, from the presale strategy and due diligence process through auction day activities and final closings. Our hands-on approach promises a well coordinated and smoothly executed auction.
We have a proven performance record. Since H&M's inception, we have conducted more than 5,000 auctions of single family and multifamily, residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial properties.
We know your business. H&M is experienced in working within both the public and private sectors. We have conducted more than 1,000 auctions for the Resolution Trust Corporation, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank, and other government entities. We have also conducted more than 5,000 auctions representing assets from 100 federally insured financial institutions, as well as a host of private entities.
We offer state-of-the-art computer and internet capabilities at no extra charge. H&M customizes online sale announcements and brochure mailouts. Using its database of over 100,000 potential buyers, H&M targets those entities interested in your product type, sending updated auction information via the web and direct mail.
This value-added service leads to better performance and reduced risk for all parties involved, while keeping the seller informed throughout the auction process.