The minimum price that a seller will accept at auction. Bidding must reach this price in order for the property to be sold.
The lowest price which the vendor at an auction is willing to accept.
The lowest price a seller will accept for an item, which is not disclosed to bidders. If the highest bid does not meet or exceed the Reserve price, the seller does not have to sell the item.
This term refers to the confidential minimum price that has been agreed upon between the seller/consignor and the auction house. It should be assumed that all items are sold subject to reserve unless otherwise stated to be Absolute or Without Reserve. (see above)
The minimum price a seller will accept for an item to be sold at a reserve auction. This amount may or may not be disclosed.
The "Reserve Price" is the lowest price at which a Seller is willing to sell an item, even though the starting price may be much lower. If the bidding does not meet or exceed this price, there is no sale. The reserve price is never disclosed to bidders.
Refers to that minimum price that could help you win the auction. Bidders often know there is something called a reserve price but not what it exactly means. In order to win any auction a bidder must exceed the reserve price and have the highest bid. If none of the bidders meet the reserve price, neither the seller nor the highest bidder are under any obligation to complete the transaction.
Sellers can offer their item at very low price to get people to look at it, but they protect them selves by setting a reserve price. If the bids do not go above their reserve price then the seller is not obligated to sell the item, however they can if they wish.
Pre-determined minimum acceptable property price, set by the seller, at auction.
a dollar figure set by the consignor that must be reached in order the purchase the item
a figure that represents the minimum you are willing to accept for an item
a hidden minimum price that the seller is willing to accept for an item
a minimum amount required for bid before an item will be sold
a minimum price, below which an item will not sell
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an amount entered which is the lowest price the book will sell for
an optional feature purchased by sellers to allow them to void the results of an auction if bidding does not reach the seller's desired price
a price set by the seller that is the minimum amount that they will accept for the book
a price that must be met before the seller agrees to sell the car
a threshold set by the seller below which a sale won't take place
a tool sellers can use to help stimulate bidding on their auction-style item while reserving the right not to sell below a price that they set (but that is not revealed to the bidders)
a tool Sellers can use to stimulate bidding on their auction property, while reserving the right not to sell below a price they have in mind
a value that an auction owner would set for their product or item that must be me
The confidential minimum price agreed upon between the seller/consignor and the auction house below which the property will not be sold.
Reserve auctions are available only for auctions in select vehicle categories. Setting a reserve price lets you start the bidding at a price lower than you would be willing to sell for. If the highest bid does not meet your reserve price, then you're under no obligation to sell the item to the bidder. eBay charges an additional fee for setting a reserve price, but it is fully refunded if your item sells. Please see the Fees page for more information.
The minimum price a seller has specified he/she will accept at auction.
a promise by the developer guaranteeing a certain level of return on an investment property. Usually stated as a percentage of the purchase price, it generally relates to investment properties purchased off the plan. a minimum price acceptable to a seller at auction.
vendor's minimum price acceptable at auction.
This is the minimum price a seller is willing to accept at an auction.
A bid price which bidders must meet or exceed before the seller is required to sell his item to the high bidder.
Preset minimum acceptable price of seller at auction.
A minimum acceptable price set at an auction.
The minimum price set by the vendor for the sale of the horse at auction.
The amount below which a home owner will not sell on the day of Auction.
The minimum selling price at auction as specified by the seller.
Properties for sale by auction are normally offered subject to a 'reserve'in which case the property is withdrawn if the highest bid does not reach the reserve price.
in an auction or other bidding procedure, an established amount below which the seller is not obligated to accept a winning bid.
The reserve price is the amount, which is set by the owner of the property prior to the Auction. After the property meets the reserve price it will be sold to the highest bidder.
The minimum price at auction which a seller will accept.
The minimum price that a seller is willing to accept for a property to be sold at auction.
The price determined as the minimum at which an item will be sold at an auction. This amount is never formally disclosed.
The amount set prior to an auction which must be met in the bidding for a particular item before the item will be sold. Also known as "reserve bid".
Specified minimum price acceptable to a seller at auction.
a hidden minimum amount the seller is willing to accept for a listed item
The minimum price which a seller will accept at auction.
The lowest price at which the seller is willing to sell his or her lot. This price is generally higher than the minimum opening bid. In order to win the auction, a bidder must meet or exceed the reserve price and have the highest bid. If no bidders meet the reserve price, neither the seller nor the high bidder are under any further obligation to complete the transaction.
The minimum price that the vendor will sell the property for at auction.
The minimum price a seller will accept for an item to be sold during a Reserve Price Auction. This amount is never formally disclosed.
The required price set by CPLP, which must be met in order for an item to be sold (traditionally this amount is confidential).
A specified minimum price acceptable to the vendors prior to auction
This is the minimum price that is acceptable to the vendor for selling his lot in the auction room. We do not generally publish reserve prices and typically these are not fixed by the vendor until a few days before the auction.
The lowest price at which a seller is willing to sell an item in an auction-style listing. When sellers list an item, they can set a secret reserve price. If the highest bid does not meet the reserve price, then they're under no obligation to sell the item to the bidder. This feature lets sellers set a low starting price to stimulate bidding among buyers, yet ensures that the item will not be sold below a price they're willing to settle for. eBay charges an additional fee for setting a reserve price, but it is fully refunded if an item sells. For more information, see the Fees page.
Reserve Price is the lowest price you will accept to sell your item. Bidders do not know this reserve price, but they will be notified when and if it is met. If the final bid is less than the reserve price, the seller retains the right not to sell the item. Please note that reserve price is not available in Dutch auctions.
The minimum price to be accepted by the vendor at auction.
The minimum amount the Seller is willing to sell an item at in a Reserve Auction. The Seller has the option of choosing the amount the item will sell for. Reserves are always set higher than the Starting Price.
The dollar amount set by the owner for an auction to indicate the minimum acceptable selling price. Usually when the highest bid is under the reserve price the seller can accept or reject this bid.
The lowest price a seller will accept in an auction.
This is the minimum price a seller has specified that they will accept to sell their property at auction.
The lowest price at which a seller is willing to sell an item. Bidders never see the reserve price. A seller might indicate a reserve price if they are unsure of the real value of the item and would like to reserve the right to refuse to sell the item if the market value is below a certain price. If an item has a reserve price, that will show on auction page. Conventional wisdom says that buyers prefer auctions that have "No Reserve," and that you will attract more bidders if you don't list a reserve price.
Seller's minimum sale price of the property being auctioned
Used primarily in auctions indicating the asking price requested by the seller. In the event the highest bid received does not meet or exceed the reserve price, the offer is conveyed to the seller for acceptance, decline, or negotiation. Return to the Top of the Page
The reserve price is the lowest price at which a seller is willing to sell an item. The seller sets a "Starting Price" and allows buyers to drive up the price by placing bids. If at the close of auction, the bidders have not met the reserve price, the seller is not obligated to sell. Learn more about the reserve price.
The lowest hammer price which the vendor will accept for his car
In most cases, the minimum price a seller is willing to accept.
A figure set by the vendor prior to a property being offered for sale by auction.The property can not be sold for an amount less than the reserve set.
The established amount, in an auction, below which the seller is not obligated to accept a bid.
The price a seller has stipulated as the minimum bid acceptable for an item. Bidders must meet or exceed the reserve value before the seller is obligated to complete the transaction. There is no further obligation for any parties to complete a transaction when the reserve price is not met.