Bond Wolfe, the fast-expanding commercial estate agent and property auctioneer, has struck gold in a national property awards programme.
The Midlands-based company has received a ‘Gold’ award for sales in the EA Masters 2021/22 Best Estate Agent Guide, organised by the Property Academy and sponsored by Rightmove, one of the UK’s leading property portal websites.
Judges analysed all the UK’s 15,000-plus estate agents using more than three billion data points, one million listings, 30,000 survey responses and 2,887 web enquiries, with Bond Wolfe’s sales performance resulting in
The rare chance to buy a Grade II-listed Victorian building in Birmingham city centre with a guide price* of £550,000+ is coming up at Bond Wolfe’s auction in December.
The attractive inner terrace property at 54 Newhall Street is located near to the junction with Cornwall Street, in the heart of the city’s Colmore Business Improvement District.
The four-storey, self-contained office building has for many years served as offices for renowned city law firm Grove Tompkins Bosworth, which has now relocated across the inner ring road to Water Street.
Dating from the
Eight luxury apartments in Derbyshire town likely as auction raises £177,500 for disused church
A former Methodist church in a Derbyshire town could soon be converted into eight luxury apartments after it was sold for £177,500 in Bond Wolfe’s latest livestreamed auction.
The vacant building with an attractive frontage on West Street, Swadlincote, had a guide price* of £140,000+ but attracted much higher bids, reflecting interest in the existing planning permission for the conversion from South Derbyshire District Council.
This unusual freehold property was one of 154 lots that were
Bond Wolfe raises nearly £¾m for former guesthouse near Sutton Coldfield
A former guesthouse with nine bedrooms and a swimming pool near Sutton Coldfield was sold for nearly three-quarters of a million pounds ahead of Bond Wolfe’s latest auction.
The detached property known as Highfield Farm, overlooking open countryside on Farthing Lane in Curdworth, had a guide price* of £635,000+ but keen interest saw its sale prior to the auction for £740,000.
This unusual freehold property joined 154 lots that were successfully sold in the auction on 20 October, raising a total of more than
Property auction news: A trio of live-streamed auctions featuring lots spanning all four corners of the country will bring another successful month for SDL Property Auctions to a close.
From the north of Scotland down to the Devon coast, and stretching from Swansea in the west to Felixstowe in the east, the lots going under the hammer comprise all types of property to suit a wide range of budgets, from million-pound investments to small parcels of land.
The most northerly lot is just one of many investment opportunities in Scotland being sold in a dedicated live-streamed
Expanding national property group Bond Wolfe has attracted total sales of more than £16 million from the 154 lots sold in its latest auction on 20 October.
The revenues now mean that with another auction in December still to go the auctioneer’s year-to-date sales total has reached £146 million, with an average success rate of 93%.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said: “We were pleased to see that the interest in our auctions remains very high, reflecting the increasing regional, national and global demand for property.
“Despite the prospect of higher
Auction House - the UK’s largest property auctioneer - says the increased success of auction could help bring about the end of sealed bids, or ‘best-and-final offers’, as they are sometimes known.
Sealed bids usually come into play where there is significant interest in a particular property, and so potential buyers are invited to submit their offer to an estate agent before a pre-agreed deadline, without knowing the size of any other offers being put forward.
Auction House Managing Director Jeremy Prior said: “The simple truth is that sealed bids do a massive disservice to the
Inside the Georgian property being sold at auction with an extremely attractive guide price.
Watergate Street, situated within the Roman walls of historic Chester, is one of the most sought-after addresses in the city. It’s not the sort of place where you expect to find a 21 room, 4 bathroom, 4-storey Georgian town house for a guide price of £425,000-£450,000. Especially not when you consider a smaller house on the same street is listed for sale at double the price.
The catch? 102 Watergate Street is in need of refurbishment.
Behind the grand exterior, the Grade II listed building
A strong selection of retail premises from across the Midlands, many already producing respectable rental income, will be attracting investors to Bond Wolfe’s upcoming October property auction.
Bidders from across the UK - and overseas – will be logging on to the livestreamed sale event on Wednesday 20 October tempted by the lure of strong returns.
A modern retail unit on the edge of what will become Wolverhampton’s £55 million leisure-led Westside city centre mixed use development is among a string of attractive lots, alongside traditional high street retail units in Bloxwich
Bargain hunters with an eye for property in Derbyshire will be homing in on Bond Wolfe’s next auction later this month, where house sales prices will start as low as £9,000.
Half a dozen properties including a former Methodist church are set to tempt property investors and househunters alike at the livestreamed sale event, on Wednesday 20 October.
Particularly tempting is a two-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 61 Mill Street in Ilkeston with a rear yard, gas central heating, double glazing and a guide price* of only £9,000 to £14,000.
Over in Alveston, Derby is a two