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Smart Bilston canalside pad for sale in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ first auction

A smart, penthouse pad on the canalside in Bilston is one of the star attractions in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ inaugural auction at Villa Park on Wednesday 13th March.

Fire-damaged Grade II listed house of 'historical interest' to go under hammer

A fire-damaged Grade II farmhouse of ‘historical interest’ is to go under the hammer this month with MARK JENKINSON.

Spout House is thought to date from 1545 with additions in 1678 and a cottage built prior to 1423 as well as a large stone cow shed, all of which are set in a freehold site of approximately 1.30 acres of land.

Empty property premiums of up to 300% could focus minds on auctions

An increasing number of West Midlands local authorities charging Council Tax “empty property premiums” of up to 300% could focus minds on quick sales by auction, Bond Wolfe Auctions has predicted.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, was speaking after Birmingham, Walsall and Solihull councils all started to take advantage of new laws which will enable them to increase the premiums.

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.

Guide prices for Black Country homes as low as £5,000 at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ first auction

Black Country homes with guide prices as low as £5,000 are likely to see a packed room of bidders at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ inaugural auction at Villa Park on Wednesday 13 March.

A variety of lots including two, three and four-bedroom homes, from penthouse apartments to detached houses, are set to attract both house-hunters looking for a bargain and investors building up property portfolios.

Former church sells for nearly 3 times guide price at first auction of 2019

A church in Doncaster that sold for nearly three times guide price and flats in Sheffield that went for the highest bid of the day drove MARK JENKINSON'S busy first auction of the year.

Their £2.4million auction was one of the first sales of the year nationally and the first in the region, with a 'huge response' for the redundant chapel building in Warmsworth, Doncaster, which attracted more than 100 enquiries.

Six flats on same road in Birmingham for sale with Bond Wolfe Auctions

PROPERTY INVESTORS keen to expand buy-to-let portfolios will be attracted by six flats on the same road in Birmingham at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ inaugural auction at Villa Park on Wednesday 13 March.

The three sets of two self-contained flats in converted Victorian terraced properties are at 19, 21 and 39 Crompton Road in Handsworth, and each lot has a guide price* of £50,000+.

Panoramic sea views from Anglesey penthouse

It would be difficult not to switch off and relax in an outstanding penthouse apartment in Anglesey with spectacular views over the Menai Strait.

Bond Wolfe Auctions offers chance to breathe new life into Selly Oak water tower

One of Birmingham’s historic landmarks will be brought back to life after it goes under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ inaugural sale at Villa Park on Wednesday 13 March.

A basic guide to what a conveyancer actually does

Most people can find buying and selling a property quite a daunting process, especially as they may only buy or sell a property a couple of times during their life. This is where a conveyancing solicitor will be able to assist you throughout the process.   If you’re about to buy or sell a property and want to understand more about how it works and what’s involved, this guide is for you.

What is conveyancing?

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