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Unlike estate agents who tend to have the vast majority of their stock located within just a few miles from their office, auctioneers have lots on offer that even for the smaller auctioneers could be 100 miles away or more and the national auctioneers offer property located all over the UK.
To save you the need to have to search the lot list of all the auctioneers all the time, by simply setting up one or more Auction Elerts where you specify your requirements, e.g. vacant flats and houses in South London.
The system will constantly monitor the catalogues that we enter into the database and email you as soon as a lot matching your requirements is listed. In this way nothing will come to auction without you being told about it.
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EIG Newsletter March 2018 - Essential Auction News
Welcome to the March newsletter that looks back at auction activity in February and preceding periods. I am pleased to report on a strong set of auction results last month, with overall lots offered up almost 6% to 4,067 lots and a 3% increase in sales to 3,087 lots.
Freehold and Leasehold - what's the difference?
There are a number of crucial differences between freehold and leasehold terminology so it is important to be aware of how the distinction will affect you before considering buying a property of either type.
Premier Property Club Birmingham - Auction Blockbuster Panel Event
Industry expert David Sandeman invited to join the Auction panel at Birmingham Premier Property Club. This event is an opportunity to put your questions forward and get the answers and information you need to take your investments forward.