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For one of the UK’s leading auctioneers, Clive Emson, a very healthy £16.3 million and an overall success rate of 82% sold was...Read More
Merseyside auctioneer Sutton Kersh sold 75% of the lots offered at its first auction of the year, generating proceeds in excess of £4.6M....Read More
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Homeowners are slowly coming to terms with lower valuations for their property after price growth expectations fell to an 18-month low, ahead of...Read More
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Search through our auction property database to discover below market value properties going under the hammer across the UK, including…
When a house is repossessed, selling at auction is a fast and cost-effective way for the lender, who has taken possession, to dispose of the property.
Houses in need of improvement, tenanted properties, HMO buildings, properties with planning permission or potential to develop often crop up.
Vacant and tenanted commercial premises, such as shops, pubs, restaurants, industrial units, offices are common at auction.
Building plots and land – with or without planning permission – generate high levels of interest and are usually popular auction lots.
Development properties such as derelict buildings, vacant commercial premises, or those with potential for conversion can attract a high level of interest.
Properties with both a commercial or business use plus living accommodation, such as a shop with flat above are often auctioned.
Affordable investments which are capable of providing a secure return along with the other means of returns including reversions, lease extensions, insurance and management fees and fees for changes and developments.