It has been a very busy couple of weeks compiling our latest catalogue, but it’s been worth it! We have an impressive line-up of 63 commercial and residential properties going under the gavel this month and they’re all quality lots.
We’ve had calls from many interested buyers wanting to enquire and view our superb selection of properties. We’ve also had lots on new instructions from Housing Associations, Private and Corporate clients for our next auction in April.
With only one week to go until our next auction, I’d like to talk to you about a handful of fantastic lots being offered at our March auction. I’d love to go through each individual lot with you but unfortunately that would take way too long. So, I’ve compiled a short list of lots to watch at our March auction next Tuesday.
If you’d like to see the full list of properties going under the gavel on the 13th of March please click here.
This mixed use property occupies a superb location only a stone’s throw from the Apollo. It has an unusual three bedroom flat spread over the first and second floor which only adds to this lot. This property has a guide price of £185,000 and has already caught the attention of numerous buyers. It received multiple offers after the first few hours of being live on our website!
These properties are located in the ever popular SK4 postcode which has proven to be a big hit with owner occupies and investors alike.
These separate lots will be ones to watch in the room on Tuesday, unless they’ve sold prior!
Our March auction has 12 properties in the borough of Trafford with a mix of flats and houses.
The guide price on each is £145,000, so it’s no surprise that we have a fair few keen buyers looking to purchase these.
The old breakers yard has come for sale after 40 years of family ownership. In recent history part of this parcel of land was used as a vehicle breakers yard, which is well known to many from around the local area and beyond.
It now houses a stand-alone industrial unit with well-defined perimeters. The entire site is approximately 2.4 Hectares in size (6 Acres). We are reliably informed that Greyhound or Lurcher racing took place on the large swathe of green land flanking the river and railway!
I’d just like to remind you that finance is available on all of these lots! If you’d like to speak to one of our financial services experts about auction funding please click here.
Thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing you next week!