Strettons has continued its strong auction performance during lockdown at its July sale. The firm raised £11.3 million for its clients with a 90% success rate at its remote auction which took place on Tuesday 14 July.

To date, the firm has raised £25 million during lockdown with an average success rate of 90%. 

The highest price of the day was achieved for 39 Darenth Road in Stamford Hill, N16. The vacant freehold vacant house, which was on the market for the first time since the Second World War, sold for £1.36 million against a guide of £1.1 - £1.2 million. 

No doubt buoyed by the

Sutton Kersh Auctions once again held a successful live streamed online auction, which resulted in them selling over £9 Million pounds worth of property, the largest figure for a property auction so far this year in the North West.

It was watched by hundreds of people across the country, with over 640 people register to bid and  as a result 88 properties have been sold through this one auction alone.

Prior to the auction day the team sold an impressive 25% of properties which had a sales value of £3.5 Million. So far this year through 4 auctions, Liverpool based Sutton Kersh Auctions have

Heralding the latest success of Network Auctions’ July 15th online sale, which achieved an 82% success rate and raised £2,295,200, Toby Limbrick, director at Network Auctions said, ‘Online is proving its viability.’

‘Before Covid-19, online was starting to take hold, but now with buyers unable to travel to the auction room, we’re seeing a continued upsurge and also a preference for this method of auction.’

‘Buyers enjoy the convenience of being able to bid online. In our recent sale we saw 394 individual bids – an average of 18 bids per lot sold. This also works well when the properties are

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

Just to let you know that the majority of those auctioneers who have moved to a temporary online platform, will be having their summer break during August.  There will only be a handful of auctions taking place next month, with September auction catalogues starting to be released from mid/late August onwards.

Our database will mainly comprise unsold lots from the July auctions, so if you are interested in any of these, contact the auctioneers to find out whether they are still available to buy, and at what price.

At the moment, it appears that online auctions will be the way forward for the

Bargain hunters in the East Midlands will be competing to buy neighbouring homes priced as low as £24,000 each in Bond Wolfe Auction’s remote bidding auction next week.

The auction on Wednesday 29 July will be the largest to be held in the Midlands and starts at the earlier time of 9am to accommodate the 177 lots, with potential buyers bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.

The two lots (pictured above) that will catch the eyes of landlords seeking to extend their portfolios are the two-bedroomed, end terraced houses adjacent to each other at 195 and 197 Mansfield Road in Skegby

House buyers in England spurred on by the latest stamp duty changes have plenty to choose from in the latest catalogue from SDL Auctions, launched ahead of its July national property auction.      The most successful live-streamed auctioneer in the UK will be offering 169 residential and commercial lots around the UK in its auction on 30th July – with more than 130 homes falling under the new £500,000 stamp duty threshold. While anyone purchasing a second property will still have to pay the 3% surcharge, the news means buyers in England will save up to £15,000.   Ma

Bond Wolfe Auctions’ upcoming July sale has a huge selection of Birmingham residential properties to suit all pockets.

The 177 lot auction is the largest remote bidding auction to be held in the Midlands.  It is starting at the earlier time of 9am, to accommodate for the large number of lots, on Wednesday 29 July with potential buyers bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.

The catalogue features all shapes and sizes from freehold four bedroom homes ready for a new owner to move in, to two bedroom properties that require plenty of TLC before they are habitable – but come at a bargain

Bond Wolfe Auctions is experiencing a surge in interest in commercial property after the company’s phenomenally successful first remote bidding auction recorded over £17 million in sales with a remarkable 98% success rate.

From hotels to former Methodist churches to garages to mixed use investments, there is something in the Wednesday 29 July sale of 177 lots for everyone.

Ian Tudor, managing director of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “In uncertain times, investors often feel more comfortable with solid investments, something they can touch and feel and enjoy a regular return.


The former Small Heath Methodist Church in Yardley Green Road will be going under the hammer in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next remote bidding auction on Wednesday 29 July.

The auction follows Bond Wolfe’s first remote bidding auction on Wednesday 24 June which attracted 131 lots and raised over £17 million with an astonishing 98% success rate.

The 29 July auction will see more than 170 lots go under the hammer with the freehold, former Small Heath Methodist Church – which comes with an adjoining residential property at 1 Blake Lane – expected to attract strong bidding.

Ian Tudor, managing