With around two weeks to go to until STRETTONS' first remote bidding only auction on 7th April, remember that you must pre-register to bid via telephone, proxy or online.

If you are intending to bid, Strettons urge you to please ensure you have registered by the 3rd April as they will be processing a significantly higher volume of remote bidding registrations.  You can access their Registration Forms HERE

Bidding can be done via telephone, online through their website or by placing a proxy bid with the auctioneer.


Following Monday night’s

Mark Jenkinson and Son has topped the Yorkshire and Humber results tables for 2019 with sales of more than £32million – in the same week its second auction of 2020 saw lots selling for a total of £3.85 million.

Mark Jenkinson and Son recorded the best results in Yorkshire and the Humber for 2019, in a report published by Essential Information (EI) Group.

Following January's £2m auction, our second auction of 2020 saw 28 of 30 lots sell for £3.96 million, a 93 per cent success rate.

Several 'properties with potential' were sold including a detached bungalow on Hathersage Road in a 0.44-acre

Bond Wolfe Auctions, the UK’s fastest growing property auction business, has been appointed as the preferred auctioneer by City of Wolverhampton Council.

The contract was won in a competitive tender and follows on from Bond Wolfe Auctions’ success in being appointed by Birmingham City Council and West Midlands Police in 2019 and Walsall Council earlier this year.

Bond Wolfe Auctions is also offering lots surplus to requirements for Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.

The announcement comes after Bond Wolfe Auctions set an impressive list of records at its February 2020 auction.


Hello to our visitors.  We hope that you are keeping safe and well.

Following the Government’s latest advice, we wanted to let you know that some scheduled auctions throughout the UK are still taking place, however others have been postponed until further notice.

Those that are proceeding have been moved to an online bidding platform (some with virtual streaming), so that you can still bid, but just not in the auction room. Bidders will be able to carry out telephone, proxy or internet bids to secure their purchases, however the auctions will be held behind closed doors with no bidders able

This afternoon's statement from SDL Auctions regarding their upcoming auctions:

Following the Government’s latest advice, we have taken the decision to hold our March auctions in Birmingham (Wednesday 25th March), Derby (Thursday 26th March) and Leicester (Friday 27th March) via video only.

The auctions will go ahead as planned with all bidders able to carry out telephone, proxy or internet bids to secure their purchases, however they will be held behind closed doors with no bidders able to attend our auctions in person.

You can submit your telephone, proxy or internet bid request here

Today's statement from Auction House:

Auction House is responding to the increasing impact of Coronavirus, and over the coming days and weeks will follow the advice of government and medical organisations.

We have put in place contingency plans to ensure continuity of our auction selling service. We will continue to carry out appraisals, list properties, host viewings and offer lots for sale on auction day.

If public gatherings are prevented and we need to cancel our Room Auction event, we may offer listed lots via our Online Auctions platform, with e-Bay style internet bidding along with

The below statement has been released this morning by SAVILLS Auctions:

We are closely following official advice regarding coronavirus (Covid-19). Given the evolving situation, we have decided that our auction on Thursday 26 March will be held via remote bidding only.

The timings for the auction will remain as scheduled, with the sale taking place from 10am on Thursday 26 March. The auction will run in its normal fashion with an auctioneer conducting the bidding with buyers able to bid via telephone, online or by submitting a proxy bid. As is the case with all Savills auctions, there will be

The UK’s largest property auctioneer Auction House has promised that all of its scheduled sales will take place this year – even if a restriction on gatherings during the Coronavirus outbreak means that lots get transferred into an Online Sale.

 The announcement coincides with the release of the group’s latest results, which show that 453 lots were sold in February (compared to 457 in February 2019), at an impressive success rate of 80.2%, raising nearly £56m (£55,872,374). Since the beginning of 2020 a total of 506 lots have been sold, at a success rate of 79.2%, raising £61.8m – which is 8

In a plea no auctioneer would ever usually dream of saying, Guy Charrison, in an unprecedented move, was compelled to make the request as bidders pushed and shouted to try and get into the saleroom at The Westbury Mayfair Hotel to bid.

Network Auctions’ first ballroom sale of the year on 20th February opened with the company’s biggest ever catalogue – and biggest ever turnout – proving there’s more substance to the ‘Boris Bounce’ than just newspaper headlines.

But it wasn’t just room bids auctioneer Charrison had to contend with, as multiple bids came flying in from online, on the phone and

Bond Wolfe Auctions’ February sale set records all across the board.

The £20 million raised means that Bond Wolfe Auctions has raised over £101 million in sales since the business was launched in January 2019 after just seven auctions!

At Aston Villa FC on Thursday 27 February, the latest auction saw 200 lots sold out of the 212 offered on the day, for an astonishing 95% sales success rate.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive, said: “It was an extraordinary day. We have broken our own Midlands record for amount raised, number of properties offered and number of properties sold.

“It was the