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Auction House London sold the highest number of properties in a single auction this month on Wednesday 8 December – its last sale of 2021.

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Auctioneer and Director of Auction House London, Andrew Binstock says: “This was an epic sale and our strongest auction since the pandemic began. There was some fast and furious bidding by many buyers on a number of Lots by people who have really embraced livestream sales. This style of sale has revolutionised the way we do our auctions and I cannot see a return to a room only auction model.”

 

Nightingale Lane Auction House London

 

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SDL Property Auctions has held its final live-streamed Auction Event of 2021 as another successful auction year draws to a triumphant close.

 

Despite the continuing challenges presented by the pandemic, it has been a year of impressive achievements for the award-winning auctioneer which has sold more than 1,600 properties and raised more than £240million for sellers in the past 12 months.

 

One of the most spectacular results in December was achieved for a terraced house in Leicester. Despite requiring renovation – and every room being filled with junk – 37 Myrtle Road drew

Leading property auctioneer Auction House has applauded the resilience and ingenuity demonstrated throughout the sector over the last 18 months.

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Managing Director Jeremy Prior says that since the beginning of the pandemic the industry has moved heaven and earth to continue to work for their vendor and buyer clients. This has involved embracing cutting edge technology which has powered the entire industry forward by at least five to ten years and has changed the way auctioneers conduct their businesses forever.

 

He explains: “Before Covid, all property auctions were conducted in

Bond Wolfe Auction News: Two lots selling for a million pounds and more were the highlights of Bond Wolfe’s live streamed December auction which saw the fast growing firm set a new annual record.

Newhall Street Bond Wolfe Auction

 

The attractive Grade II listed self-contained offices at 54 Newhall Street (pictured) in Birmingham’s Central Business District, sold prior to the auction for £1 million.

 

But this result was outdone by the prior sale of commercial investment Chapel Court on the corner of Market Street and Queen Street in Wolverhampton, which raised £1.65 million.

 

These were just two of the

Family-sized homes have exceeded all expectations at Network Auctions’ latest online auction sale held 9th December. Leading auctioneer, Toby Limbrick, to say, ‘We’re seeing a new breed of buyer in the auction room.’

Bell Lane for auction

The sale, which recorded an 84% success rate and raised £6.3 million, saw a huge spike in hammer prices paid for lots which would be suitable for family accommodation. A four-room detached bungalow requiring modernisation in Bell Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire (pictured), sold for £701,500, against a reserve of £450,000.

A luxurious ready-to-move-into four-bedroom barn in

Clive Emson's auctions often include the unusual and this December’s auction is no different. With Christmas just round the corner perhaps Lot 12 is one you could buy for your loved one?

Western undercliff auction

 

It’s an interesting piece of real estate and believed to be have been built circa 1926. The Western Undercliff Lift in Ramsgate certainly has the feel of Art Deco comprising a Grade II listed lift shaft with recessed central panel infilled with coloured glass graded from dark blue at the base (Royal Harbour Approach Road) to white at the top (Westcliff Promenade) divided into three stages by cross

Two more holiday homes on a 35-acre country park in Cornwall are appearing at Bond Wolfe’s next online property auction on Wednesday 8 December.

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The long leasehold holiday bungalows (pictured) are at numbers 81 and 91 Hengar Manor, St. Tudy, near Bodmin, and have guide prices* of £20,000+ and £35,000+ respectively.

 

Both properties have access to the country park’s nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, fishing lake, swimming pool, popular bar and restaurant.

 

The pair of lots follow four previous sales of Hengar Manor homes in recent Bond Wolfe property auctions, with

Dozens of Black Country homes with guide prices way belong current market rates are set to attract bidders from across the country to Bond Wolfe’s auction in December.

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From large properties in the countryside beyond Wolverhampton city limits to two-bedroomed terraced houses with guide prices* starting as low as £14,000, more than 50 homes are set to go under the hammer at the sale event.

Typical is a four bedroom mid-terraced house at 208 Newhampton Road East, Wolverhampton, (pictured) with a guide price of just £39,000+*. With a large rear yard, gas fired central heating and UPVC

Auction House London says the Coronavirus pandemic has proved that the power of livestream sales far outweighs the impact of ‘ebay-style’ online auctions, with its latest sale attracting its highest ever number of lots and successfully selling 90% of them.

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Auctioneer and Director of Auction House London, Andrew Binstock says: “Since we were forced to move to livestream sales as a result of Covid, our numbers are just going up and up. In our last sale we had 172 properties listed - our highest ever in any auction. There are more sellers and buyers flocking to us at each sale and the

The growing reach of commercial property experts Bond Wolfe has been underlined by the firm’s appointment to sell a string of ground rents in Kent and Surrey at its December auction.

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The West Midland’s based agency has built a strong national reputation for successful sales with its online auctions attracting bidders from across the UK and overseas.

 

As a result, Bond Wolfe will be handling the auction of 10 separate lots of ground rents on properties across the south east at its upcoming auction on Wednesday 8 December.

 

Jonathan Hackett, consultant director at Bond