Auction House is reporting a strong start to the year, with its best-ever January result and nearly twice as many February entries as any other UK property auctioneer.
The group sold 61 lots in the traditionally quiet first month of the year - raising £6.1m and marking four consecutive months each with sales ahead of the previous year. In addition, at 561 lots, the number of entries into its February sales far exceeds any other auctioneer in the country.
Commenting on the figures, Auction House Founding Director Roger Lake said: “This continuing hunger for sale by auction is a clear
Impey & Company has launched its own commercial property auction department to offer sellers a new way to sell their properties.
The RICS-regulated company specialises in both selling and letting industrial, office and retail premises in the north west, with a proven reputation for achieving the best possible results.
The expansion of its services comes after more than 40 years as Stockport’s leading independent property company and allows Impey & Company to offer a fully flexible sales package, giving clients the choice of multiple sales routes.
Norman Benton, Executive Director at
What do we have here, then? A former community police office (pictured) in rural Derbyshire is one of the more unusual properties in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next online, livestreamed auction on Wednesday 17 February.
The vacant, freehold property at 145 Oliver Road in Kirk Hallam village, near Ilkeston, has a floor area of approximately 167 sq ft, and comes with a *guide price of just £10,000+.
The ground floor property has a simple layout which has previously been used as an office, complete with toilet facilities and an off-road parking space.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of
A remarkable opportunity to secure a unique and distinctive Wolverhampton home awaits bidders at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction, on Wednesday, 17 February, when the former lodge at Merridale Cemetery goes under the hammer.
It will be part of the largest property auction ever offered in the Midlands, with a record 232 lots going under the hammer.
The large and distinctive five bedroom detached property is being offered on behalf of City of Wolverhampton Council and is for sale with a guide price* of just £275,000+ which is expected to attract intense interest from bidders.
Competition is expected for neighbouring Leicestershire properties bringing in healthy rents that are up for grabs in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction on Wednesday 17 February.
The pair of two-bedroomed, mid-terraced houses are at 14 and 16 Berrys Lane (pictured above) in the village of Ratby, north east of Leicester, and each has a guide price* of £40,000+.
Sharp-eyed landlords will spot current rental incomes of £4,500 per annum for each home, which have small front gardens, rear yards, central heating and double-glazing.
Gurpeet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions
The nationwide surge in demand for property is being reflected in the auctions market as SDL Property Auctions reported a record-breaking number of registered bidders for its first Auction Event of the year.
The live-streamed auction continued well into the evening of Thursday 28th January as auctioneer Andrew Parker worked his way through a marathon catalogue of 180+ residential and commercial lots nationwide.
There were 2,000 people registered to bid on the lots, representing an all-time high for the auctioneer – and 69% more than its previous peak in June 2020.
SDL Property Auctions has appointed a regional new business manager to target London and the South.
After more than 15 years in estate agency, including roles with Barnard Marcus (part of the Sequence Group) and, more recently, Chancellors, Ryan Power has joined the UK’s most successful live-streamed auctioneer to build relationships with agents in the region.
He said: “I’ve been in the property industry for all of my working life, both in estate agency and land development, but I am now a complete convert to the auctions method. The efficiency of auctions has been underlined by the
The Strakers Auction team are delighted to offer Lot 10 in the upcoming auction on Thursday 11th February.
It comprises an attractive rural barn with a positive planning pre-app for conversion to a residential dwelling (subject to planning). Bordered by streams the site extends to about 0.42 acre.
The barn occupies a delightful rural setting a short distance from the village of Great Cheverell. The village has a thriving community and provides a general store/post office, a public house, primary school, nursery and garage. Lavington Comprehensive School
We still don’t know when we will be able to enjoy sun, sea and sand again, but one lucky buyer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ February sale could still enjoy a daily swim.
Flat 2 at Pinnacle House, 632 Evesham Road, Redditch, is a two bedroom apartment in a luxury block which comes with its own basement swimming pool.
The apartment is being offered in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ record-breaking sale on Wednesday 17 February which has an ultra-early start time of 8.30am in order to accommodate the 232 lots going under the hammer on the day.
The auction is the largest one ever to be offered in
This landmark Grade II former theatre, in Hulme, Manchester with an audience capacity of 3,000, once played host to the likes of The Beatles, Laurel & Hardy and Nina Simone.
But now the Hulme Hippodrome is up for auction, with a guide price of £950,000, and a faded interior which only hints at its more glamorous past.
Jordan Phillips, Associate Director of Auction House London who are marketing the property, said: “The Hippodrome is a landmark building with a fascinating history, right in the heart of Hulme.
“It’s played host to some of the greatest names in entertainment, been