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ANIMAL HORROR FARM TO GO UNDER THE HAMMER

A notorious farm in Bacup which made national headlines after animals were found living in squalor is to be sold by auction.   

The current occupier of Trice Barn Farm, off Bacup Old Road, was served notice to vacate last year but remains living there, making it impossible to view the farm. But despite this, auctioneers say potential buyers are lining up to bid on the property when it is sold by SDL Auctions this month.  One reason may be the guide price. At just £50,000+, the 80-acre site represents excellent value.   

Get Set For Summer With This Cut Price Sea View Flat!

Network Auctions have listed a one bedroom second floor flat with sea views with a guide price of just £59,000+ to be sold in their online auction on 21 May. The flat, situated in Model Cottages, Daimonds Lane, Teignmouth is located on a quiet street yet close to the town centre, station, seafront and beaches.

Report recommends estate agency leads economy out of crisis

Essex and Hertfordshire estate agent Mullucks has welcomed an independent report which recommends the property industry should be one of the first sectors to resume trading, to ease the UK economy out of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Written by Conservative peer Lord Ghadia and GlaxoSmithKline’s chairman Sir Jonathan Symonds, the report has been submitted to ministers as they receive advice on how to revive the economy without compromising the nation’s health.

‘Flamboyant’ listed office building to go under the hammer

A striking Grade II Listed office building which is part of north Wales’ rich textiles history is to be sold by auction later this month.

Differing opinions can fuel demand at Acuitus 21st May auction

Differences of opinion caused by the current pandemic disruption are creating opportunities for both buyers and sellers in the UK commercial property market.
 

Auction House continues to sell successfully during lockdown

Auction House is continuing to sell properties during the lockdown for the coronavirus outbreak - at a time when most estate agents and even other property auctioneers have put business on hold.

The group sold more than 150 lots during the first two weeks of the restrictions coming into place – many of them well above their guide prices - by transferring its usual room auction lots to its online operation.

60+ Lots Already Entered in SDL National Remote Auction

More than 60 lots have already been entered into SDL Auctions’ new national property auction – just days after the event was announced.

The first national property auction will take place on Thursday 30th April and will allow buyers, sellers and SDL Auctions staff to maintain social distancing within government guidelines.

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