It’s easy to login and bid online.
You can join our live auctions from anywhere and feel like you’re part of the action. Watch the sample live auction video below for a preview of what you’ll see when you join in for a live land auction.
How it works.
Live auction online broadcast begins approximately 15 minutes before the scheduled auction start time. Listen to the auctioneer and watch the message box and auction table to follow along and/or place a bid. If audio is delayed on auction day, try refreshing your screen. Or logout and try logging back in. Internet speeds vary by location, which may cause a delay.
Be part of the action in 3 easy steps.
STEP 1: Create a username and password
To participate, create an account. Then click on the Register Now button. Save your username and password in a safe place so you can access them in the future.
STEP 2: Login
Simply login for any scheduled auction to listen to the auctioneer and see the bid table. Logging in doesn’t allow you to bid.
STEP 3: Bidder Registration
If you do wish to bid, select Bidder Registration for the land auction property you wish to bid on. Register to bid and test the audio on your device at least 24 hours prior to the auction for online bidding approval.
A few tips.
Our auction audio is streamed with Adobe Flash. Please allow auctions.reckagri.com to run if a popup prompts you to do so, or download the Adobe Flash player if necessary. Our live auction program requires high speed data and the Adobe Flash Plug-In. You may use Firefox, Chrome, or Puffin as your browser.
iPhone, iPad, or Mac
Download the free trial app Puffin Browser and log in using that browser to listen or bid online. Safari browser will not work.
Log in using Firefox, Chrome, or Puffin browser. Allow auctions.reckagri.com to run Flash under Settings, Content, Adobe Flash and/or allow if a popup displays.
If you are attending the live auction you may register to bid on location.
Audio is streamed at a set volume. If you would like to mute or adjust the volume you can do that directly on your computer or phone. You may need ear phones to hear audio on a smart phone.