SDL Property Auctions’ sellers have been reaping the benefits of high demand as many buyers rush to beat the next stamp duty holiday deadline.
As Zoopla reports demand hitting new highs, SDL Property Auctions has enjoyed another successful month, culminating in a bumper all-day National Property Auction which drew almost 2,000 registered bidders and raised more than £20 million for sellers in one day.
Partly fuelling the high level of demand is the rush to complete purchases before the stamp duty holiday for properties priced £250,000-£500,000 comes to an end on 30th June –
A former church with “one of the best views” across a rural valley in northern Scotland is appearing at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next live-streamed auction on Wednesday 19 May.
The historic Kirkton of Alvah Church, in the village of Alvah, near Banff, in Aberdeenshire, is going under the hammer with a guide price* of £49,000+.
The church was built in 1792 but closed in 1970 by the Church of Scotland and has since received planning permission for conversion into a four or five bedroomed house and has been cleared internally in preparation of its full development.
Clive Emson recently shared some of their highlights ahead of this month's auction.... let's read what they had to say...
The days are getting lighter and longer and there’s no disputing it – Spring is well and truly underway! And what better way to celebrate than with our May auction?
We’re pleased to announce that we have a total of 136 lots available, with something for everyone, so you’re bound to find a lot that tickles your fancy.
So keep your eyes peeled as we take a look at some of the lots that are up for grabs at our May auction.
Period Terrace Cottage Potentially
Commercial property features strongly in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next online live-streamed sale on Wednesday 19 May.
The record breaking catalogue of 236 lots means that the auction will once again start at 8.30am to accommodate the fast growing interest in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ properties across the UK.
Ian Tudor, managing director of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “We are seeing growing interest in commercial lots from across the UK and further afield. Indeed, we recently sold a commercial property for £1 million to a Hong Kong investor.
“With Step 3 out of the national lockdown due a
A whole parade of shops with development potential in the heart of a Staffordshire market town is going under the hammer at the next Bond Wolfe Auctions live-streamed auction on Wednesday 19 May.
The block of five retail shops at 4-16 Brook Square, Rugeley, which comes with plenty of extra accommodation on the first and second floors, has a guide price* of £475,000+.
The property currently has a gross income of £24,700 per annum, and this could rise to an annual total of £90,000 once fully let, which would represent a healthy yield of nearly 19% based on the guide price.
One of the Midlands’ most popular corporate events is to be revived in the early Autumn of 2021.
The Bond Wolfe group, which includes Bond Wolfe Auctions, Bond Wolfe Commercial, Bond Wolfe Finance and BW Media, is to hold its annual golf day at Edgbaston Golf Club on Tuesday 14 September.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “The event has been on hold for a couple of years, with the launch of Bond Wolfe Auctions in January 2019 and the lockdowns in 2020 and into 2021, making it impossible to stage as we would have wished.
“But we wanted to
SDL Property Auctions is experiencing an influx of enquiries from sellers of houses in the £250,000-£500,000 price bracket, as they realise auction is the most realistic way of beating the stamp duty holiday deadline.
The National Property Auction on Thursday 29th April will see buyers benefiting from the saving, as their transactions will complete well ahead of the stamp duty holiday deadline on 30th June.
Managing director and auctioneer Andrew Parker says sellers benefit, too: “As purchases in this auction will complete by the end of May, sellers can bid confidently and
Bond Wolfe, the multi-disciplinary property consultancy headquartered in Birmingham, has invested in a digital marketing business as the company looks set to expand its national and global influence.
The firm has taken a 50% stake in See You Social, which provides digital marketing strategy, implementation and guidance for businesses in the UK and across the world.
The company, which has been rebranded BW Media, has clients not only in the West Midlands and UK but also as far afield as restaurants and aesthetic brands in California, USA.
The business was founded in 2018 by Craig
This is a common question we are asked, not only from prospective bidders but also some sellers. And, as they say, wisdom is only knowledge once its shared. The auction team at Clive Emson have provided an overview below that should help shed light on some of those grey areas surrounding the legal pack.
All lots are sold subject to the Common Auction Conditions, essentially a set of standard terms and conditions relating to all land and property being offered. These are enhanced by the Special Conditions of Sale which are unique to each lot being offered and may contain additional non
The appetite from buyers for auction property shows no sign of dimming with sales totalling more than £30m (£30,062,300) for Auction House London in March 2021.
Demand has been so high that auctioneers held two auctions during the month, on 3 and 30 March. Many properties are continuing to sell above the reserve prices agreed by sellers and Auction House London is achieving higher prices than competitors as in the example of this property in New Southgate, London, N11. Last week, this sold for £221,500, just a matter of weeks after it sold with another auctioneer for £180,000 in February