Consign Your Equipment with Russo in 3 Easy Steps
1. Contact Us
Our Sales Reps can answer all your questions. They can even put you in contact with our used equipment experts to get an evaluation of the expected value.
2. Sign the Contract
All sellers are required to complete a Consignment Contract. Our reps will review the details including selling terms, timeline, and sales commission structure.
3. Cash Out!
We'll handle all the marketing and make sure your equipment gets in front of a large group of interested buyers. After the auction, you'll get a check, no extra work needed.
2023 Consignment Schedule
Russo Power Equipment accepts consignments during normal business hours throughout the year. Review the deadlines below for the equipment to be included in our scheduled auctions.
February 18 ← Last Day to Consign for the March 15th Online Auction
March 25 ← Last Day to Consign for the April 15th In-Person Auction
August 26 ← Last Day to Consign for the September 20th Online Auction
September 23 ← Last Day to Consign for the October 18th Online Auction
Equipment We Are Looking to Consign
Our core categories include:
Ready to Consign Now?
Contact us today! Let us give your outdated equipment a new home and you take the profit to re-invest in new tools for your business.
FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions about consigning equipment into Russo auctions:
Why should I consign equipment into a Russo auction?
Do you have used landscape equipment that you want to sell? Take the stress out of selling your used equipment and let Russo do it for you. We do all the leg work to advertise, communicate with buyers, handle transactions, and send you payment.
When can I start bringing in equipment to consign?
We are accepting consignments! Bring the equipment to a sales associate who will tag and collect the lot items and initiate the consignment contract.
What items are accepted for consignment?
Any piece of quality equipment with an engine is accepted, as well as attachments. For example: mowers, backpack blowers, plows, spreaders, cars, trucks, boats, and trailers (motor vehicles require clean titles). We are not accepting parts or tools like: wheelbarrows, ladders, tires, etc.
Can I set a Reserve Price? (A minimum price that I would be willing to accept for the item/lot to sell for.)
No, Russo Auction lots have no reserves. The lots will sell to the highest bidder. Consignees must protect any reserve on their consignments and can choose to buy back their lot at 25% of the bid price. For example: If the bids are coming in low the consignee could decide to be the highest bidder on their lot. With a bid of $100, they would pay $25 to buy their lot back.
What is the Auctioneer Service Fee?
The Auctioneer Service Fee is a sales commission percentage based on the lot item's final bid/purchase price. The commission structure is as follows: 50% on lots from $0-$100, 15% on lots from $101-$500, 12% on lots from $501-$1000, and 10% on lots from $1001 & up.
When will I get paid for my consigned items?
Payment will go out about a month after the auction. You can choose to be paid by check in the mail or as a credit on your Russo account.
How do I register as a bidder?
Online Auction information: https://www.russopower.com/online-used-auction#registration
In-Person Auction information: https://www.russopower.com/spring-used-auction#registration