Selling At A Property Auction
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If you've typed in "auction my house" or "selling at a property auction" into a search engine, you might be looking for a speedy sale, coupled with the security that once the hammer has fallen and contracts are exchanged, the buyer is legally committed to the purchase.
A property auction can be a fantastic way to sell if you’re looking for a quick and secure, stress-free and transparent sale. If you have a property that you would like to sell at auction, we would love to hear from you.
All types of properties can be suitable for sale by auction in the UK. These include residential properties (vacant or tenanted), land, former churches, care homes, pubs and hotels, development sites with or without planning permission, commercial and retail premises. Ground rents, HMOs and mixed-use opportunities are also popular auction lots.
If your property is right for auction, you should expect to sell it at the same or higher price than you would achieve through an estate agent.
Considering selling at a property auction?
If you would like to find out more about selling property by auction, whether this is for residential or commercial property auctions, please visit our SELLING PAGE and complete the short form with a few details, including the full address.
Having been in business for over 20 years, we are delighted to partner with some of the top performing property auctioneers in the UK, including Clive Emson, Auction House, Bond Wolfe and Future Property Auctions. We offer bidding online, by telephone and proxy giving potential purchasers the flexibility to bid from anywhere in the world.
Once your details have been received, we will normally phone you within 24-48 hours (unless it's the weekend or a bank holiday), to provide a free, no obligation auction valuation of your land or property, and chat through the process and your options.
Don't forget to provide an email address as we will drop you a line to confirm that your enquiry has been received. (Check your spam folder in case our email is directed into there!).