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Auction sector is first to re-establish itself after referendum, says Auction House

Award-winning national property auctioneer Auction House has announced sales figures for the first quarter of this year which precisely match the record results achieved during the same period in 2016.

By the time the hammer came down in its final March auction of 2017, the group had sold a total of 701properties - exactly equalling the total sold in the first quarter of last year, when the market was surging in advance of the additional 3% Stamp Duty for landlords and second-home buyers, which came into effect in April.

Acuitus Q1 auction sales success

The first two Acuitus sales of the year have seen over £90m sold with 30 properties selling for in excess of £1m with a top price of £4.805m being achieved.

The number of investors who are turning to property because of its tangible qualities is expected to grow as a result of the proposed General Election in June.

Acuitus auctioneer, Richard Auterac, comments: “The election introduces an element of uncertainty into the general economic picture but it will have more impact on the equities and bond markets than on property."

Romans second auction of the year helps sellers achieve timescales

Romans second property auction of the year saw hundreds attend the Conference Centre at Green Park in Reading to witness a varied catalogue of properties and investments being sold. Some exceptional prices were achieved on vacant houses and bungalows requiring refurbishment. 

Grand Designs Live London 2017

Grand Designs Live, proudly sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, returns to London’s ExCeL from the 29th April – 7th May 2017.

Running for 9 days, the show offers visitors a unique opportunity to see all the latest trends for the home as well as many products never seen before.

Based on the Channel 4 TV series, and presented by design guru Kevin McCloud, the event is packed with over 500 exhibitors, across seven different sections offering ideas and inspiration for your very own Grand Design, however big or small.

Buying property at auction

A property auction can be a thrilling way to buy property, and snap up a bargain. They aren’t just good for buying repossessed homes, it’s now possible to buy all kinds of properties at auction. However it is essential that you do your homework before trying to buy a property at auction, and you need to put a number of important things in place before you go. It does't matter what your reason for buying at auction is, the key to success is preparation.

Allsop's March residential auction raises £54m

Allsop raised a total of over £54m at their March residential auction last week, with an overall success rate of 71%.

The average lot size was £368k and five of the properties sold achieved in excess of £1million. The largest lot to sell was lot 26 – a freehold former health centre with potential for redevelopment in Greenford, Middlesex – which sold for £2m, more than double the guide price of £900,000-£950,000.

Acuitus March Auction Success

The Acuitus March auction saw the sale of 74 lots for a total of £47.36m. The success rate was 86% and 16 lots sold for more than £1m. ​

Acuitus Chairman, Richard Auterac, comments “Investors are making it plain what they demand, so the ball is really now in the sellers’ court. If they supply the right assets, these will sell at good prices.''

UK villages should take the lead house in building, says Aston Mead

The Planning Director of one of the country’s most respected land brokers is calling on the UK’s villages to take the lead in house building.

Adam Hesse from Aston Mead Land & Planning says that this could produce over 300,000 new properties in a way which would be a genuine benefit to local communities.

£2.8m raised at latest Nottingham auction

SDL Graham Penny, part of SDL Auctions one of the UK’s largest auction networks, held a successful second Nottingham auction last month raising more than £2.8m in sales for vendor clients.

The auction, on Thursday 16th March at Nottingham Racecourse, saw a busy auction room of bidders take part in some exciting and competitive bidding which resulted in more than 30 lots selling under the hammer including residential and investment properties, commercial properties, development sites, building plots and land.

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