The grain bins at coleville aren’t for sale the owner is buying them back, frustrating when your trying to build your bins up and was looking forward to the sale
Definitely happened.Why would he pay 15% commission plus online fees to set a price for bins ? That doesn’t even make sense. You have proof or just coffee shop talk
That’s a little bit different scenario, if it was announced and on the up and up there should be no problem, the one partner will have a bit of an advantage being they are buying minus their share of the final price, but they still have to buy it. When my uncle sold out my cousin bought most of the big equipment, he owned the big tractor (which wasn’t on the sale) my uncle owned the drill (which was) one owned the truck the other had the trailer, etc. So in that case my cousin was just another buyer.Seen that too at a few auctions. Partnership split up and one partner wanted to keep farming. Was easier to have a complete sale and the continuing partner buy what they wanted at the sale. Was announced at the start of the sale and right before the major items.
Have to agree, I sold a rather unique boat for Alberta at Nisku, it sold 3 different times, 3 different dates after I sold it.I don't want to mention any names, but there are numerous wheeler dealers especially in the industrial and truck market place that are flipping millions worth of units each RB yards sales and if you pay attention you will see the same units going back and forth from RB and their yards.
Many of them are the guys you see driving around pre inspecting while us peons are slogging it on foot....