The Swicegood Group, Inc. was proud to be the auctioneer participant in the Battle of the Badges. Battle of the Badges is a fundraiser to show support for the Winston-Salem Police Department "Peacekeepers", the Winston-Salem Fire Department "Overhaulers", the Greensboro Police Department "Sheepdogs," or the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office "Enforcers" as they competed to be the winner of the second annual Battle of the Badges softball tournament.
The Swicegood Group has been commissioned to auction the Pfafftown, North Carolina estate of the William W. Davis Trust. The estate includes a range of quality lots including a pickup truck, tractor, the contents of an exceptional fine woodworking shop; firearms; collectible knives; fishing rods, reels and tackle; fine leather furniture, including an exceptional leather lift chair; framed signed art; coins; stoneware and antiques.
Ron Helderman with the Swicegood Group, Inc. announced today the entire liquidation of the Beechtree Ace Hardware located off Farmington Road in Mocksville. Bidding begins the weekend of January 23 and ends February 13 starting at 6 PM. Over 200 lots of "everything hardware". Bidding is simple. Click on https://www.theswicegoodgroup.com/auctions/detail/ace-hardware-liquidation-bw46429 for registration.
For more information, Contact Ron Helderman at 336-816-5453
Johnson accepted in the prestigious Certified Auctioneer Institute, Indiana University
Swicegood, a second-generation auctioneer, is a graduate of Southern College in Wake Forrest North Carolina. He is a licensed North Carolina Auctioneer and specializes in the company’s personal property division.
T. Kyle Swicegood, Lead Broker & Auctioneer for The Swicegood Group, Inc. announced Monday that the Historic Myers Home on Arrowhead Road in Mocksville, NC was sold at Auction. The home was sold using simulcast propriety bidding platform of the company. Swicegood called the live bid. There were live bidders and online bidders from the local community as well as two states represented.
I have strolled through many’a houses in my life. Each of them tell a story. As of late, a common real estate transaction is an estate of aging parents. We have the ability to see the personality of the person in the lifetime collection of assets they have accumulated. I enjoy seeing the plants they have gardened in their yard. All paint a picture of who they are.