TULSA, Okla., July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Twenty-six former Circle K store locations in four Midwestern states will be offered for auction in August. Site locations are in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri. The auctions are being conducted by Williams & Williams, a Tulsa-based real estate auction firm and leader in global live and interactive auctions.
Participants can bid on site at former store locations, or online during the live auction at AuctionNetwork.com. The auctions will take place over three days in August, the 10th, 11th and 12 and all are open to the public.
Fontana Fitzwilson, Executive Vice President of Williams & Williams, said all bidders are invited to participate. "The list of twenty-six properties is diverse in size, location and even property type including some operating and non-operating stores, former stores repurposed into other uses and even cleared lots for new development. This is a rare opportunity to purchase one great store location or even create/expand a portfolio," says Fitzwilson.
Immediately after each auction, high bidders will sign a purchase contract and must make a 10% down payment. Buyers have 30 days to close. To view the auction dates, times and locations, terms of sale, photos and maps please visit: http://www.williamsauction.com/CircleK
Williams & Williams conducts auctions for corporate entities, fiduciaries and individuals in all 50 states and US Territories. Previously the company has held surplus auctions for Rite-Aid, KinderCare and Quiktrip convenience stores.
About Williams & Williams:
Williams & Williams (www.williamsauction.com) is a worldwide real estate auction firm and the leader in global live and interactive auctions. With more than a century of experience, Williams & Williams provides a broad range of real estate services to private, public and institutional sellers interested in the benefits of time-definite sales solutions that deliver the best value.
A full-service brokerage with an operating footprint in all 50 United States and U.S. Territories, Williams & Williams also cooperatively partners with residential, commercial and land brokers to auction properties throughout the United States and abroad.
About Auction Network:
www.AuctionNetwork.com is a subsidiary of Williams, Williams & McKissick, LLC, whose holdings include Williams & Williams. Auction Network™ is a 24-hour global broad-band television network that lets bidders participate from anywhere in the world during live and online auctions.
SOURCE Williams & Williams