You’ve probably heard of stalking horses, right? They’re those people who are bidding on a home but they’re just waiting for a home to be built so they can buy it and make their profit.
Thats exactly what they are. For real estate, they are people who want a home but never bid on it. Theres no reason why you should need one, but its an option if you want to avoid the dreaded bidding wars. The bidding itself is simple. You put in your bid and they put in theirs. If they match, they get the home, and if they dont, they keep the bid.
One of the first questions I asked during my job interview was “What’s it like to be a stalking horse bidder?” If I was lucky enough to interview with a company that had a “stalking horse bidding” team, I would have been hired. The company was called HorseLend, and I was on the’stalk horse’ team because I was just that good. Theres no question that I could have sold my house for more than the price I paid myself.
Why would a company get bidding approval for a bidding horse with a bid below the asking price? Well, if you read the article about the bidding horse, you will see that they are paid with points which can be used to bid up the price. To get a bidding horse bid above the asking price, the company has to pay the bidding horse a higher amount of points.
This is a company that is a bid horse bidder. Now you can’t really tell that from a glance at the article. However, you can see that the bidding horse has to pay these points, so they’re the payment.
So why do companies use a bidding horse? Well, because they can buy the horse with the lowest bid for points. So if they were to try to buy a horse with a bid above the asking price, they would have to pay the horse a high fee to bid with the lowest bid and then the horse would bid for the points and be paid with the points.
The bidding horse is a bit of a misnomer. A bidding horse is a bidding company that buys bids. Companies like to buy bids to get the lowest bid possible. A bidding horse company is simply one who buys bids, but the bidding company doesnt pay the points. They pay the points, but the horse. A bidding company could be buying bids for the lowest bid they can get, but they don’t pay the points either.
The horse is a bit like the bidding company. If you can get the lowest bid, you’ll also be getting more money. And the horse is like a bidding company because its a little bit of both. One reason why the bidding companies tend to pay points is because a bidding company can bid for the lowest bid they can get. If you don’t have the lowest bid, then they can’t pay anything.
In many auction houses there are bidding companies, but they dont pay points. But the bidding companies do pay the points. The bidding companies are the ones who can bid for the lowest bids, and then pay the points. But the bidding companies do not pay the points. Thats why bidding companies tend to be called bidding companies.
Yes, that is a very true thing. The bidding companies are the people who can bid for the lowest bid, and pay the points. The bidding companies do not pay the points. The bid points are the reason bidding companies may pay bidding fees. Bid points are the amount a bidding company will pay for each bid they make.