By Associated Press article The bidding wars are on in the online auction world, and the two companies vying to win a house for a new family in a city with no electricity are vying for the attention of online viewers.
Blair Anderson, chief executive officer of online furniture auction company Ashley Anderson, and Alex Cooper, chief operating officer of Blair Anderson, have spent the last six months working together to create the first online auction for a home, an apartment or a condo.
They’ve teamed up with local buyers and sellers to make the process easier for everyone, and they hope the auction will give the country a chance to see how their technology can be used to help solve the nation’s housing problems.
Blais Anderson and Alex Cole, with their company Ashley and Blais, opened their online auction site on Monday.
They are hoping that by creating an online auction they can attract buyers and sell more than 1 million homes over the next three years.
Blairs website will let users bid on homes and apartments in cities around the world, with the option of bidding for houses, apartments or condos.
They will be able to sell homes for a flat fee of $2,000, and will be auctioning from their own inventory.
Ashley Anderson is the biggest seller of online property, with about 3 million homes on sale annually, according to the company’s website.
They started out selling online auctions only in cities that had electricity.
But that is starting to change.
Ashley and Cole have built a strong online presence, but they want to grow to help the country get its housing problems under control.
Ashley said their goal is to help homeowners who are trying to get out of debt.
Ashley also said the company wants to help buyers of houses and apartments make their financial situation more stable.
The auction site will allow users to bid on the homes they want, and users will be notified of each home’s bid and price.
The site will also let people view each other’s bids.
Ashley has partnered with local sellers to create an auction, but Blais said they are partnering with local home sellers to allow buyers to bid for homes.
Blays goal is for Ashley to create more of an auction than they have today.
Ashley is partnering with the city of Los Angeles to create a home auction, Blais told the AP in an interview.
The city of New York is also looking into the auction, and other cities and states are expected to do similar things, said Laura C. Jones, a spokeswoman for the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Ashley plans to continue selling online for years to come, Blain said.
Ashley started in 2008 as an online bidding site for house sales, but it quickly evolved into an auction site for apartments.
Blains site is called Ashley Anderson and has a team of more than 30 people.
Ashley, which has over 1 million members worldwide, said the first auction for an apartment was held on April 12, 2009, and there were a total of 8.8 million bids for the apartment.
The first auction on an apartment sold for $6,500.
The next auction on a house sold for a price of $3,700.
The price on an item sold for about $2.75 million, according the site.
Blain Anderson also has been involved in other auctions.
It was part of a larger company called Ashley and Associates that started in the late 1980s and worked its way up to a company with more than 3 million members around the globe.
Ashley used to be part of the real estate site Zillow, which moved into the realtor space in 2004.
The company, which went public in 2008, sold homes and other property online.
Blaires company is now a unit of Ashley, and Ashley and Anderson also co-own other real estate businesses.
Blaire Anderson and Blains website will not let users look at the bidding of their own home auctions.
Ashley users will have to visit the site to see who has bid on their home, Blaire said.
The website also has a separate section for the auctions for other properties.
The sites bidding process is still in early stages, but the sites owners said they have started working with the government on a program to allow people to bid and sell homes.
Ashley says it will make it easier for buyers to buy homes for people who don’t qualify for a loan.
Ashley announced last week it will allow people who do not qualify for loans to bid.
Ashley launched its auction site in 2008.
It launched its real estate auctions last year.
Blares site is now an affiliate of Ashley.
Ashley does not have an official partnership with Blaire or Blaire and Associates.
Ashley’s website has more than 2.8 billion monthly unique visitors, according an estimate from market research firm comScore.
Ashley told the Associated Press in an email that it has not received a single offer for its realtors site.
The real estate sites have a combined total of about 2.2 billion