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PostHeaderIcon Press Release: Home Auction Live!

Robert is one of our favorite clients. He asked if we’d help him spread the word about his new venture, Home Auction Live!. See the release below for more info:


Agents: Do you have listings with motivated sellers that aren’t moving? Do you have buyers sitting on the fence?

I’m working with a new startup called Home Auction Live!, started by Top Producer Robert Grunnah of Castle Hill Investments.

The first auction is March 1st at 9am at the Hyatt Town Lake downtown, and I know they are looking for inventory to feature in the auction. So far, they have 10 properties and need 15 more by the end of this week.

They’re running a promotional special: no auction entry or marketing fees, Realtors can keep their listings, and sellers can accept or reject ANY offers.

It’s really a fantastic promotion because there is no risk for a seller or their agent; the worst case is that a desired price is not achieved at auction.

They’ve spent $100,000 on major media marketing (with big Statesman ads and radio airplay) and a great website – and many people will be bidding at the auction and online.

Please check the site out at or call Robert Grunnah at 512-444-7799

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