Auction House claims new UK record with 703 listings in Feb

Award-winning property auctioneer Auction House is declaring a new UK auction record, after entering 703 lots into its February auctions.

The number instructed beats the figure listed in December 2016, which was the company’s previous highest ever total.

Harbourside investment star performer at London property auction

A popular investment property with stunning views over Brixham harbour has been sold to a local buyer.

Newton Abbot commercial property specialists Charles Darrow handled the sale of the property on The Quay.

£2.4m raised at first 2017 Nottingham auction

SDL Graham Penny, part of one of the UK’s largest auction networks – SDL Auctions, has hit the ground running in 2017 with a highly successful first Nottingham auction raising over £2m.

The auction, on Thursday 2nd February at Nottingham Racecourse, saw 35 residential property, commercial property, land and others offered under the hammer with 86 per cent selling and raising £2.4m for vendor clients.

Liverpool auction house to be TV star

A Merseyside property auction house is set to appear on TV later this year.

BBC One’s Homes Under the Hammer came to Liverpool this month to film Sutton Kersh’s February property auction.

Sutton Kersh Associate Director Cathy Holt said: “We are delighted that Homes Under the Hammer filmed at one of our auctions. We had a great lot catalogue on the day they were shooting and the auction attendance was one of the largest we’ve seen!

Savills February auction results

Confidence returned to the auction market at Savills first auction of 2017 with 80% of properties sold and a combined value of over £60m.

After a turbulent end to 2016 this represents a comforting return to form and will hopefully continue throughout this year.

The demand for larger unbroken freeholds was apparent with a number of these selling in excess of £1m, particularly of note being Cintra House, SE19, which sold for £4.3m.

Prime Derby city centre building to go under the hammer

A prominent and substantial building on Derby’s Market Place is set to go under the hammer this month with SDL Graham Penny with a *guide price of £650,000+.

The three storey property at 7 Market Place in Derby is the former NatWest bank premises comprises a basement, ground, first and second floor including a large former banking hall and is going under the hammer at Pride Park Stadium on Friday 24th February.

Lots on offer at Romans upcoming property auction

Romans first property auction of 2017 is set to be an interesting one with nearly a dozen lots on offer at Green Park Conference Centre, Reading.

The auction, taking place on 22nd February at 1:30pm, features an exciting selection of residential properties from across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and West Sussex.

Auction House London to sell Countrywide auction properties in the capital

A new partnership deal means that Auction House London will now sell all future auction properties listed by Countrywide in the capital.

The collaboration means that lots due to have been sold at Countrywide’s next auction in the capital (originally scheduled for 14 February but since cancelled) will now be offered by Auction House London at its sale at the London Marriott Regents Park on 22 February.

Fab new auction property to brighten up your day!

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Aston Mead says White Paper “will get Britain building again”

Leading land agents Aston Mead have responded positively to this week’s government’s White Paper on housing – the biggest shake-up of housing policy in two generations.

In particular, the company approves of the requirement for councils to set aside land for thousands of homes, under new Government targets to allow large scale construction to take place.

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