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Prime retail investment in Coventry city centre at auction for nearly £1 million

A high-yielding retail investment property in Coventry city centre will be one of the star lo

Bond Wolfe smashes £100 million sales ceiling in 2019

Bond Wolfe, the West Midlands-based commercial property agents and auctioneers, has achieved

Care homes under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ February sale

A pair of former care homes, both empty for the last six years, are going under the hammer as redevelopment sites at the next Bond Wolfe Auctions later this month.

The former Castle Lodge care home in Telford has a guide price* of £200,000 and the old New Bridge House care home in Coseley carries a guide price of £350,000 in the catalogue for Bond Wolfe Auctions’s upcoming auction on Thursday 27 February at Villa Park in Birmingham.

Nearly 40 homes across northern England at auction with ‘nil’ reserve prices

Rock-bottom starting prices of ‘nil’ have been given to a bumper ra

Is this an auction first? Pavements Under The Hammer!

When it comes to properties for sale at auction, you can bet you’ll find something different to what you normally see in an estate agents’ window. Churches and factory sites, water towers and fields are par for the course in a typical auction catalogue. But Network Auctions’ forthcoming February sale includes a lot which is strange even for the auction room – pavements. Pavements adjacent to a parade of commercial properties in Sidcup, Kent with a guide price of £1000+.

Nottinghamshire house could be snapped up for as little as £4k at auction

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.

Auction House launches brand new branch in Kent

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.

PROMINENT FORMER SURGERY TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION

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.

Selling a property on behalf of someone who has passed away

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?

Bond Wolfe Auctions appointed official auctioneer to Walsall Council

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.

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