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If you have time, listing with an real estate
agent makes more sense as you have more control over the price you get and their fees are less. With an auction, it takes them at least 30 days to advertise the auction and you have no control over what someone bids and you could get significantly less if few buyers show up or only one buyer shows up at the auction or if you set a minimum price and nobody at the auction wants to bid.
All in all, it is best to try to sell with an agent first and the auction is a last resort
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