Mossy Oak Properties and J. P. King Auction Company announced today that they have forged a strategic partnership with plans to provide a preferred auction service for the Mossy Oak Properties network of land specialists and their clients.
“Since our launch in 2003, we recognized the impact an auction partnership could have for our network,” said Chris Hawley, president and CEO of Mossy Oak Properties. “J. P. King is a company very similar to ours in terms of culture, values and ethics, which we insist on when we pursue a partnership. The track record they have accumulated speaks volumes about not only their level of success, but the way they have achieved it.”
In business since 1915, J. P. King has auctioned over one million acres of land. Now in its fourth generation of guidance under the King family, the Gadsden, Alabama-based firm has auctioned properties in all 50 states and six countries and is recognized as the leading auction marketer of high-end land properties.
“J. P. King understands real estate auctions better than anyone in the business, and their marketing acumen is second to none,” said Hawley. “They place an emphasis on broker relations, and we feel the combination of our brand and network with their expertise in real estate auctions equates to a win-win for us and the clients we work for.”
Mossy Oak Properties has more than 65 offices in 18 states throughout the country and offers a unique real estate experience to its buyers. Via the Mossy Oak brand that is recognized and valued by 25 million outdoor enthusiasts, Mossy Oak Properties relates to its clients by being the outdoorsmen that specialize in rural land.
“We believe J. P. King will bring additional marketing reach for Mossy Oak Properties’ clients through the auction process,” said Craig King, president and CEO of J. P. King Auction Company. “Our system is a proven and reliable one – one that is effective in all types of marketplaces and economies – and we’re excited to share that with the network of Mossy Oak Properties Land Specialists.”