WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Feb. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- It was announced today, C.W. Myers Trading Post has contracted Iron Horse Auction Company to market a portion of their Forsyth County property holdings. Founded years ago by Clyde W. Myers, a local businessman and trader with the willingness to trade for almost anything, C.W. Myers Trading Post has for years invested in real estate properties and provided rental housing for hundreds of Forsyth County families.
The heirs of the Clyde W. Myers have decided to scale back operations of the Trading Post. Mixing old investments with newer marketing methods, Iron Horse Auction Company from Rockingham, NC will offer over 75 real estate parcels in an online auction. The online bidding will culminate with a Bid Center open to the public at The Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center, 420 High Street SW, Winston Salem, NC 27101 in the Sycamore III Ballroom on March 22, 2016. Licensed Real Estate Brokers will also be on hand to assist with real estate questions.
C.W. Myers Trading Post is selling a portion of their property inventory. Rental houses, residential building lots, rural building lots and commercial lots are being offered in the auction. Properties are a mixture of lots and houses in established neighborhoods and more rural developments. Investors, first time homebuyers and persons looking for that special building lot for a first home can find properties in this sale. Most of the properties are parcels that have been held by C.W. Myers Trading Post for years and were involved in some of Mr. Myers earlier trading. Mr. Myers had the inclination to trade for anything but was also known as a landlord and salesman that was from the old school. His deals were often closed with handshakes and done with guidelines less stringent than lending institutions. For many years C.W. Myers Trading Post was the single largest non-corporate landowner in Forsyth County. That distinction provided opportunities for selling and renting housing to some that would not have been able to afford it otherwise. He was a landlord that knew the benefits of cash flow and embraced the rental business.
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SOURCE Iron Horse Auction Company, Inc.