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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.
For more information, please call us on 01737 226150.
What is a Guide Price?
Buying property at auction: the guide price explained. Since June 2014 auctioneers have to define the guide and reserve, typically it is an indication of the seller's current minimum acceptable price either prior to or at auction. The guide price or range of guide prices is given to assist interested parties in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase.
EIG February Newsletter - Essential Auction News
Welcome to the February newsletter that looks back at auction activity in January and preceding periods. As is usually the case at the turn of the year, January was a very quiet month with only 408 lots offered in 15 auctions held across the UK.
Viewing an auction property: What you need to look out for
Property Auctions expert David Sandeman offers guidance for those going through the process of buying property at auction, here he talks about the importance of viewing a property prior to auction, what to look out for on the viewing, the key points to evaluate and tips on the best way to view the property and what to take with you.