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The Auction Advocate

National Auction Association

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The Auction Advocate, the podcast where we're all in, is produced by the National Auction Association in order to further knowledge and discussion on relevant topics for auction industry professionals.
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Inside Property is a bi-monthly podcast presented by Richard Blanco in collaboration with Share Radio. The programme aims to provide commentary and analysis on a wide range of property and housing related issues. The new 15 minute NLA Podcast is available here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nla-podcast/id1441951844?mt=2) . Richard Blanco is a landlord and developer based in East London with properties across six London boroughs. He is London Representative for the National Landlords As ...
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MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh (tr. Mussel Gathering | Precious Fragments) is a multi-platform project using sculpture-making and conversation to explore contemporary Cornish cultural identity. To find out more please visit www.sovayberriman.co.uk/MESKLA-Brewyon-Drudh. Through workshops, podcasts, a symposium and an exhibition the project invites people to share their experiences of identity and Cornwall, and their views on Cornish culture and its relationship to land, language, heritage, tourism, t ...
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NAA Communications Coordinator and Host, Taven Wohlford, speaks with Braden McCurdy, CAI, AARE, AMM; Jimmie Dean Coffey, CAI, AARE, AMM, BAS, CES, MPPA; and Morgan Hopson, CAI, about the ever-evolving real estate auction world. Discussions on potential buyer apprehension, the auction method of marketing for real estate, the outlook of the real esta…
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New NAA Communications Coordinator and Podcast Host, Taven Wohlford, speaks with the newly installed National Auction Association President Lance Walker, CAI, BAS, CES, and NAA Chair of the Board Sherman Hostetter, Jr., CAI, AARE, BAS, CES, GPPA, about their impact, trajectory and target of the past year and the future in the auction industry.…
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In this episode of the Auction Advocate, Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications for the National Auctioneers Association, speaks with two families about how they find success in their family-run auction businesses. Guests: Frank Imholte, CAI, AARE, CES Andy Imholte, AMM, BAS Joe Imholte Bryce Hansen, CAI Chase Hansen…
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For this tenth podcast, and the last in this MESKLA series, I am joined by Amanprit Sandhu. Amanprit is a London based curator and educator with a focus on expanded exhibition practices, pedagogy and widening participation in the arts and arts education, and collaborative approaches to working. She is currently working as a Senior Lecturer on the F…
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For this ninth podcast, I visit Cornwall based songwriter vocalist, choir leader, researcher and writer Angeline Morrison for a conversation at her home, with a small intervention from her cat, Ted. Angeline is actively concerned with raising awareness about the hidden historic black presence in the UK. And has recently released her acclaimed album…
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An update on how Covid-19 changed the auction business, and the tips and tools for success nearly three years later. Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications for the National Auctioneers Association brings back fan favorites Russ Hilk and Erik Rasmus to chat about: Client managed sales Quality bidders Problem solving Hiring and educati…
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For this eighth podcast I invited Dr Joanie Willett to talk about lifestyle culture and socio-economic situations in Cornwall, Joanie in turn invited Natasha Carthew to join her in this conversation. Natasha Carthew is a working-class writer from Cornwall. Her new book Undercurrent: A Cornish Memoir of Poverty, Nature and Resilience, is a powerful …
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In this seventh podcast I am joined by artists Kayle Brandon and Angela Piccini of Association of Unknown Shores. Association of Unknown Shores, formed in 2018, is an interdisciplinary social practice art project and platform for the research, production and commissioning of art and cultural works. The project explores the hidden nature of persiste…
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In this sixth podcast, I'm joined by Dave Beech, an artist and writer from a working class background. We talk about tourism, class and colonial gaze; how culture and lifestyle is commodified and purchased, and the potential impacts of this. Dave is reader in art and Marxism at University Arts London, and is author of the books Art and Labour (Bril…
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In this fifth podcast I'm joined by Ellie Allen, caller for ceilidh band Splann. Becky Bordeaux actress, performer and production assistant with Rogue Otherworld and Luke Passey otherwise known as Passman, one half of Hedluv + Passman. We talk about Redruth, living working and growing up in Kernow, nightlife housing and the cost of living, communit…
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In this fourth podcast I am joined by Dr Stephanie Pratt - Dakota and Anglo-American Art Historian, and Jowdy Davey - Director of Lowender Peran Festival. Steph and Jowdy both share aspects of their research which covers intangible cultural heritage and representation of indigenous peoples through colonial gaze. Through our conversation we explore …
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In this third episode of the MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh podcast series I am joined by Dr Hilary Orange & Prof. Emma Gilberthorpe who share some of their thoughts and research about the impacts of extraction industries on communities around the world, and the relationship of this labour to identity and sense of place and belonging. Emma Gilberthorpe is …
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In the second part of A Conversation With Artists I am joined by artist Libita Sibungu. Our conversation responds to topics raised in Part 1, and further talks of growing up in Cornwall, wildness, granite, dislocation, the subterranean, and writing new narratives for Cornwall. Libita made a presention at the MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh symposium on Sat …
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The push and pull of connection to place - belonging, othering, disconnection, discrimination and barriers imposed by others. Pace and space, drekly does it, wildness, rough edges, more commodification, and what just is. Artists Libita Sibungu, Georgia Gendall, & Liam Jolly share their experiences of growing up in Cornwall & becoming artists. They …
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Language, authenticity and the Celtic revival are among topics discussed when Sovay is joined by Grand Bard, Pol Hodge, Deputy Grand Bard, Jenefer Lowe and Cornwall Council’s Principle Culture Lead, Mark Trevethan, for the first episode in the MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh 2022 podcast series. MESKLA | Brewyon Drudh (tr. Mussel Gathering | Precious Fragme…
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Every state has different auctioneer licensing requirements, from one end of the legislative pendulum to the other. Learn more about state licensing, challenges, advantages and what the future may hold. Guests include: Wade Baer, CAI, AMM (Ohio) Nick Bennett, CAI, AMM, BAS (Montana) Joe Gribbins, BAS, CES (Kentucky) Shane McCarrell, CES (Tennessee)…
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National Auctioneers Association (NAA) Director of Marketing & Communications Erin Shipps touches base with leaders from the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA). Guests include Tricia Heon, CEO of NAAA; and, Charlotte Pyle, CAI, AARE, past president and current secretary of NAAA, as well as co-owner and auctioneer at Joe R. Pyle Complete Aucti…
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Landlords and property professionals in the UK are faced with an unusual convergence of economic, market and regulatory issues. Rising interest rates and inflation, possible recession and the end of the house price cycle are all in view. Yet whilst house prices and lettings activity are currently surging, landlords face a number of regulatory chang…
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In this episode, we've brought together marketing professionals from the most winningest companies in the 2022 NAA Auction Marketing Competition. Guests include Lindsay Doll, marketing director for McCurdy Real Estate & Auction; Leslie Basinger, marketing team leader for Schrader Real Estate & Auction; Nick DePasquale, director of marketing and spe…
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Everyone has a story. Stories are powerful. But are you telling them right? How much more money could you raise for nonprofits by tweaking your storytelling just a bit? In this episode of the Auction Advocate, Lori L. Jacobwith, master storyteller and founder of Ignited Fundraising walks us through bigger and better stories. After spending an hour …
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Hear directly from the 2021 International Auctioneer Champions Nick Bennett, CAI, AMM, BAS, and Laura Mantle, CAI, CAS. We're talking about: Tips for competition Preparation Judging criteria Camaraderie Life as a champion Register for the NAA's 2022 Conference & ShowBy National Auctioneers Association
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The National Auctioneers Association's series on supply chain issues concludes with a discussion on the livestock and farming industries. The esteemed panel for this podcast includes Doak Lambert, CAS, auctioneer for Lambert Auction Company; Kyle McMahon, founder and CEO of Tractor Zoom, and active farmer; and, Dr. Roger Cryan, chief economist for …
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Supply chain issues are having unique effects on the auction industry, and the many asset groups served by auctioneers. To start this conversation, Auction Advocate Host and NAA Director of Marketing & Communications Erin Shipps sits down with Matt Ackley, chief marketing officer from the global auction powerhouse, Ritchie Bros.…
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NAA Director of Marketing and Communications Erin Shipps chats with NAA Directors Peter Gehres, CAI, CAS, CES, (Jeff Martin Auctioneers) and John Schultz, AMM, (Grafe Auction) about the responsibility in collecting personally identifiable information. Why do auction companies collect it? What types of data are there? What is an auction company liab…
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NAA Director of Marketing & Communications Erin Shipps chats with outgoing CEO Hannes Combest, CAE, FSAE, about more than a decade of service to the auction industry. From the early days to projects she is most proud of, difficult moments, funniest moments, and the future of the industry. Also, don't miss a special guest who has shared many memorie…
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The National Auctioneers Association's membership is made up of only 17% women, so how did it reach this historic moment of having both outgoing and incoming female Board of Directors presidents? Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications sits down with NAA President Beth Rose, CAI, AARE, AMM, and Chair of the Board Terri Walker, CAI, BA…
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Contract auctioneering is a very lucrative career for many bid callers and other auction professionals, but it takes hard work, organization and determination. It also takes a little bit of luck and the right networking. For this episode of The Auction Advocate, National Auctioneers Association Director of Marketing & Communications Erin Shipps sit…
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Have you considered a career in the auction industry? The National Auctioneers Association has numerous resources available for budding auction professionals, and you may be surprised at the diversity of needs within the industry. Find out how your talents, from marketing to web design to accounting to photography, etc., fit into the world of aucti…
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In this episode of the Auction Advocate, host Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications for the National Auctioneers Association, and co-host Kora Cameron, content developer for the NAA, sit down with LinkedIn Makeover pioneer Donna Serdula. Much to our surprise (not Kora's), LinkedIn has evolved into an essential tool for marketing, ne…
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Host Erin Shipps, marketing and communications director for the National Auctioneers Association, talks with benefit auction market leaders from Marquam Auction Agency about the challenges they faced in 2020. Misty Marquam, BAS, and Christine DeCastro, BAS, also give their outlook for fundraising in 2021 and join in a little East Coast/West Coast t…
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Ever feel like you have too much to do and too little time? Do you find yourself trying to handle every work project yourself? Stop it. There is an easier way! In this month's episode of the Auction Advocate, NAA Director of Marketing & Communications Erin Shipps talks with Russ Hilk, CAI, AMM, GPPA, of Fram Fram, and Erik Rasmus, CAI, AMM, from Ra…
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Auction Advocate host Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications for the National Auctioneers Association, talks with auctioneer Jason Roske, CAI, AMM, of KC Auction & Appraisal Co. about the best ways to handle sensitive matters when it comes to personal property estate auctions and the importance of mental health.…
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The Auction Advocate host Erin Shipps, director of marketing and communications for the National Auctioneers Association sits down with two of the auction industry's finest: Billie Jo Schultz, CAI, AMM, and John Schultz, AMM. Both are instructors for NAA's Auction Marketing Management (AMM) Next course and experts at marketing auctions through Face…
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In episode two of the Auction Advocate, the podcast where we're all in, we're talking about how to grow business awareness by creating a culture in your local community. Braden McCurdy, CAI, AARE, AMM, CEO and auctioneer at McCurdy Auction in Wichita, Kansas, joins NAA Director of Marketing and Communications Erin Shipps to share tips on how he and…
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Do you want to improve your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) but find the idea overwhelming? Do you find yourself struggling just to know where to start? The Auction Advocate sat down with Garry Grant, CEO of SEO, Inc. to talk about easy steps you can take right now to begin the journey of mastering SEO. Grant is a veteran expert in search engine o…
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Government guidelines have enabled the housing market to re-open for business in England from 13 May 2020. In this episode, Richard Blanco is joined by broker Jay Rooney, Lawrence Bowles from Savills Research and Arla Propertymark board member, Rachel Hanniquet-Brooking. We look at how agents and customers are coping with the new procedures and dis…
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There is a burgeoning offer of residential, buy to let and short term finance available and arguably the market has never been so competitive. But lending criteria and mortgage regulation can make getting the right finance quite a feat. Richard is joined by brokers Morgan Stewart from GPS Financial, Nick Blunt from One and All Financial Services an…
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Richard Blanco is joined by Meera Chindooroy from the National Landlords Association, Lawrence Bowles from Savills and Richard Bowser from Property Investor News to analyse some of the factors driving the property market as we near the end of 2019. We discuss the latest sales and rental trends, the UK and global economy, housing politics, regulator…
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Most of us associate short term lets with AirBnB. But holiday lets, villas and all kinds of serviced accommodation make this a much more diverse arena. Far from competing with hotels, there is increasing convergence with other hospitality sectors. How can landlords finance or switch to these kind of investments and what are the management challenge…
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Architect, Richard Ganeshmoorthy and expert landlord developers MaryAnn Richmond-Coggan and Karen Gregory join Richard Blanco to discuss the joys and challenges of refurbishment. From finding the perfect wreck to managing your tradespeople, pushing through the difficult bit in the middle and charming your way through the snagging, we share our best…
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The inventory and return of the deposit are key aspects of being able to end a tenancy well – but what if the tenant is in arrears or has breached the contract? How can tenants get redress if their landlords don’t comply with regulations? And what of the softer sides of ending the tenant landlord relationship…. how can staying on good terms help to…
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Letting Agents are facing a raft of regulatory changes in 2019. From April they must have a dedicated bank account and insurance for clients’ money and tenant fees will be banned from June 2019. Meanwhile the government has asked a working group to consider compulsory training and trade body membership plus the establishment of a regulatory body. W…
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How important is design for let properties? As a landlord, should you always stick to neutral or can you safely stray into something more adventurous? To furnish or not to furnish? Are there particular sectors, like HMOs, where design adds considerable profit? If you are a tenant do you despair at having to put up with the landlord’s leftover furni…
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How would you feel about compulsory three year tenancies? Would they provide essential security of tenure for families or pose too big a risk for landlords? The government has appointed the third housing minister this year. What will Kit Malthouse bring to the table and how confident are you that housing really is a priority for ministers? Will the…
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