Competitive bidding is expected for a two-bedroomed house in Nottinghamshire with a guide price* of just £4,000 to £9,000 in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction in Birmingham.
The vacant end-terraced property at 8 Derby Street in Mansfield stands flush to the pavement with an open plan living room and kitchen area downstairs, the bedrooms upstairs and a rear yard outside.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive at Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “This property needs of refurbishment but once that’s tackled it could make someone a lovely home.
“It’s in a nice little location leading onto Fisher Lane Park
Auction House – already the largest property auctioneer in the UK – is opening a brand new branch in Kent, with its inaugural auction scheduled for 27th of February.
Auction House Kent Managing Director Andrew Stallard said: “We’re delighted to be bringing the Auction House success story to the garden of England. Kent has long been on the group’s list of targets, and we will be serving the patch from our offices in the county town of Maidstone. We’re looking forward to providing the area with the type of innovative, dynamic and proactive auction service that it so richly deserves.”
Richmond House surgery, a four-storey period building located at 26 Brunswick Street, Teignmouth, Devon is to be sold at auction in London on February 20th by Network Auctions with a guide of £185,000+.
The former surgery, which closed when two Teignmouth GP surgeries amalgamated to create the new Teignmouth medical group, is expected to attract interest from investors and developers keen to be part of the regeneration plans.
Paul Heather, Charles Darrow Network Auctions said ‘The former surgery offers a great opportunity for a developer or investor to make the most of the building’s
When someone passes away, the focus is usually on the immediate practicalities such as the funeral arrangements. However, if they owned property, this needs to be dealt with as well. Buying and selling a property belonging to someone who has passed away isn’t much different from a normal conveyancing transaction, but there are still a few things that the parties need to be aware of and the process can take longer.
What If the deceased owed the property with someone else?
If you owned a property with your spouse or partner, and they pass away, what happens to their share of the land? Well
Bond Wolfe Auctions has won a competitive tender to be appointed as official auctioneer for Walsall Council.
The business, which is only just into its second year, has already been appointed by Birmingham City Council and is also offering lots surplus to requirements for West Midlands Police.
Chief executive Gurpreet Bassi said: “The good news continues, as we have also recently been shortlisted for five awards at TheBusinessDesk.com Masters Awards and The Signature Awards 2020.
“We are keeping our fingers crossed but we are obviously delighted at the recognition for such a young business.”
As one of Derbyshire’s most exclusive villages, it’s rare to find a property for less than half a million pounds in Quarndon – but now there’s an opportunity to buy a cottage there with a guide price of just £125,000+.
53 Church Road in Quarndon is to be sold by SDL Auctions Graham Penny in its first Derby auction of the year at Pride Park Stadium on Valentine’s Day and auctioneers are expecting bidders to fall in love with this charming double-fronted cottage.
Robert Stone, head of auctions East Midlands, said: “There’s sure to be a huge amount of interest in this property, not just for
Forfeiting commercial leases - your rights as a landlord and a tenant.
If you are the landlord
Yes, that is correct. If you are the landlord of a commercial lease and your tenant has breached a covenant, you do not have the automatic right to re-enter the premises and take physical possession of them. However, a well drafted lease should include a re-entry provision, in which case you can take the property back.
A forfeiture or ‘a landlord’s right to re-entry’ provision in a lease allows you to bring the lease to an early end and remove from the premises a tenant who does not abide by
Auction House is announcing its most successful year ever - selling more than 3,800 lots across the UK from its network of 40 regional sales rooms, and at an increased success rate of 77.3% (up from 74% in 2018).
The group – recently awarded gold as Residential Auction Service of the Year at The Negotiator Awards in London – raised a total of almost £440m (£439,705,281) in the process. This latest success means that the total number of properties sold under the Auction House brand in its 12-year history has just exceeded 30,000.
Commenting on the announcement, Auction House Founding Director
If you’re moving house, the first thing to do is finalise your moving date, and then you can start ticking things off your checklist. Use our guide below so you don’t forget anything:
Four weeks before you move house:
Book a removals company as soon as possible. This will guarantee you get the date and the company you want. Keep in mind that weekend moves are likely to be more expensive. Check your home contents insurance policy to see what cover you have regarding moving home. Your removal company may provide this if you are not covered. Arrange for parking of the removal van outside
A seven bedroomed Victorian villa was one of the star lots at SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s final Leicester property auction of 2019 at the King Power Stadium.
38 Highfield Street in Highfields is an imposing three-storey refurbishment project full of potential and auctioneer Andrew Parker said he was not surprised when it sold for £311,000 from a guide price of £250,000+.
“The size of this property, the number of bedrooms and its location close to hospitals, university campuses and the city centre make it ideal for conversion to flats or a House in Multiple Occupation, subject to planning