Geauga County Auctions
Real Estate Auctions in Geauga County, Ohio
Geauga County is widely known for its multi-generational farms, small town communities, scenic nature preserves like LaDue Reservoir and Headwaters Park, and, of course, maple syrup production. As both a resident and business owner in the county, Dan O’Reilly is extremely familiar with the Geauga County real estate and auction market, which reaches north to Thompson, south to Parkman, and west to Chesterland. The market is very active, particularly for families drawn to this area of Northeast Ohio. This isn’t surprising, as Forbes Magazine ranked Geauga County as the fourth best place in America to raise a family in 2008.
Dan and his team at O’Reilly Auctions have held successful real estate auctions across Geauga County, ranging from home auctions, like this 3,000+ square foot home in Middlefield that sold for $182,000, to commercial properties and farm equipment. Dan was instrumental in the auction of Ledgemont High School in Thompson, which involved the sale of the 51,356 square foot building on 8.84 acres and all contents, ranging from cooking equipment to bleachers and weight machines, for $95,000. More recently, Dan successfully drew highly interested buyers to this Auto Mechanics Garage building and property in Chardon which sold at auction for $139,700.
Some auctions involve the selling of contents, like this Farm Equipment auction on Claridon Troy Road. Many farmers in Geauga County find themselves with a stockpile of unused farming equipment that still has value and life for others in the industry, but lack the tools and ability to sell it. In these cases, Dan can help the seller group and sell the items at one convenient auction, rather than attempting to sell them piecemeal, which can take months or even years.
Whether you are looking to sell your Geauga County home at auction or seeking to buy land at auction, make sure your first step is to call Dan O’Reilly and the team at O’Reilly Auctions.