Dallas Real Estate Company Takes Home Bidding Online

Normally when you hear “auction,” you think of fast talking, in person events, but one real estate company is opening up those bidding options to people across the country by taking the auction to the web. Most people are searching for homes they find unique, filled with character and strengthened with a story, such as this house in the 5000 block of Dentwood Drive in Dallas. “When Grady Von Jr. built it, this mid-century modern was a property that was the place to go, the place to be seen, he was an oil, and everyone knew him!” says Mike Jones with United Real Estate.

This home is represented by United Real Estate, and Candies Dirt boasts

  • Almost 1.4 Acres
  • More than 9000 square feet with six large bedrooms, seven full baths and two half baths.
  • A large entertaining area with big windows
  • A view from every room
  • A pool
  • And a beautiful entrance to the water behind the house.

“It is in the heart of Old Preston Hollow in Dallas, and this is a property where the elite of Dallas you might say surround this property. People like, Mark Cuban who owns the Dallas Mavericks just minutes away from here, former Mayor Laura Miller is just very close, Former President and First Lady, George W Bush and Laura, are just a few minutes from here. In fact, we’ve shown the property to the First Lady,” says Jones.

Who wouldn’t want to live in a house that interested the former First Lady? But possibly one of the best parts of this house- pre-qualified interested buyers have the chance to bid on it from the comfort of their own home. “This is going to be offered online, but this is also a private, live event as well.” Jones is an internationally recognized auctioneer and President of the United Strategic Client Services. He says this kind of international service- based in Dallas- is very rare. “We live in a society where everything is online […] people have said why are you doing an auction, well it speeds up the process. The sellers have made a decision they want to sell the property they don’t want to wait for a traditional listing period,” says Jones. Anyone who is interested in bidding on this historical home February 20th, at 2:00 p.m. can find out more information at bidmodern.com. Good luck and may the bidding odds be ever in your favor.

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