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J. Levine Auction & Appraisal Introduces New Industry Standard With Website Debut

New website with state of the art features is just a glimpse at the changes on the horizon for J. Levine Auction & Appraisal.

 

PHOENIX, Ariz. (August 06, 2018) – J. Levine Auction & Appraisal, premiered a sleek new site early last week. The website changed visually, but also featured functional additions such as online scheduling for consultations and content changes for a hyper focused campaign for high-end collectibles. “This new website proves our dedication to constant improvement. We won’t settle on okay or good enough, and you’ll see that in our announcements this year,” says owner and CEO Josh Levine. This website debut foreshadows big changes at J. Levine Auction & Appraisal.

J. Levine Auction & Appraisal was founded in 2009 by Josh Levine in Scottsdale, Arizona and has been making waves in the auction world ever since. The company has a massive 70,000 square foot facility in downtown Phoenix, a team of experienced consignment specialists, in-house cataloging and marketing and a bulletproof auction process. J. Levine strives to provide the best overall buying and selling experience for their customers and continues to push the standard with auction technology.

Auctions are commonly known for their negative connotations. Many people think of foreclosures, “losing the farm,” or a last-ditch effort to sell depressed property. Auction companies have made strides in changing customers perception of the process, however it is still a challenge many smaller auction houses face. J. Levine’s continued effort to improve and reinvent the auction process and perception place them among the few to directly challenge this way of thinking.

The new site debuted a little over a week ago and has since received great feedback. The website was revamped visually, but also had copy updates and a menu redesign to better serve their customers.

To view the new site please visit www.jlevines.com.

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