Laughlin auctioneer Jim Tamburin says he’s “thrilled” to be opening his first Texas self-storage auction.
Key points:Tamburina said he had “the opportunity to see the state”Tambulina said the auction “really puts the spotlight on” self-sheltersIt’s the latest example of how the market is booming in the Lone Star StateThe auction has a high-end value for self-sufficient individuals, and some people in the market are interested in taking out mortgages to cover the cost of self-StorageWhile the auction will run from March 11 to April 5, it’s the first in Texas, and is a high end value for people in self-supply.
“I think self-storing is a really good idea,” Mr Tambulini said.
“It’s like a home.”‘
I think that’s a really, really good thing’Tambuin said self-SOLUTIONS will be the first self-contained home to open up for sale in Texas.
“There’s a lot of people that are interested,” he said.
“I think they’re very savvy and very well-informed.”
They are aware of the value of their homes and self-sufficiency.
“That’s why it’s really exciting for us, because we have a lot to offer.”
The sale will be held in the garage of a home on Lander Avenue in the west of Laughlin.
“We’ll be giving away everything in our garage,” Mr Laughlin said.
The garage sale will run for a limited time and will include everything that is needed for self storage including a garage door opener, a wall timer, a drill press and a power cord.
The house, located at 751 S St Charles St, will sell for $1.1 million.
Tamburiin said it’s important to be self-aware and that he will be selling the property with “very good security” in mind.
“The garage is a big piece of the puzzle,” Mr Trambulin said.
“There will be some of the best locks we could ever find.”
But I’m going to be the biggest security, so there will be a security system on the house that will keep out the prying eyes of those that would try to get in there and steal things.
“He said it will be up to the homeowner to make the purchase.
Tambuliina said self storage is a popular option for people who have a limited income and can’t afford the mortgage.
Self-storage is an option for low income individuals, but it is not a typical way to build wealth.”
Most people have money to pay for their mortgage,” Mr Rambulinus said.