The Massachusetts Auctioneers Association is an organization for the professional auctioneer who performs auctions in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. While our name denotes Massachusetts membership, our members hail from all over the New England states. Massachusetts Auctioneers Association was established to allow a medium in which the professional auctioneer can stay abreast of the latest auction procedures, education, license law changes and other events that would effect the auction profession.
We at the Maine Auctioneers Association look forward to assisting members of the public and auctioneers in conducting, participating in or attending auctions throughout the State of Maine. The auction method of buying and selling is an age-old tradition and also can be exciting and a lot of fun. So whether you've never been to an auction before or are an old hand at them for years, we want to be of assistance to you in any way we can.
Feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or inquiries you may have.
Thanks! Bill Milliken, President.
The New Hampshire Auctioneers Association is a non-profit trade association founded in 1954 to promote the professional, ethical and educational standards of the auction business in the Granite State.
The Association continued its concern with professionalism when, in 1969, it lead the nation by drafting and putting into effect, through the state legislature, the licensing of auctioneers and laws that govern the profession and protect the public. A State Board of Auctioneers was created and the NHAA continues to work with the Board and the legislature to create an atmosphere of good will in the trade.