Our move to virtual auctions continued with great success in 2021, with many fantastic homes going under the hammer. With 2022 just around the corner, we are pleased to confirm the first set of auctions to take place.
Our first 2022 auction dates are as follows:
Stay tuned for our July, August, September, October, November and December 2022 auctions which will be announced in the coming months.
In moving to virtual auctions, we have made the process incredibly easy. It gives you flexibility in where you bid from, whether it be the comfort of your own sofa, or on a sun-soaked beach.
Step 1: Take a look at our online catalogue. Each of our auctions features a whole range of properties, including renovation projects, buy-to-let portfolio expansions, through to rare commercial opportunities.
A member of our auction team can even jump on a call with you whilst you do this, in case you have any questions whilst you’re viewing the property.
Step 2: Create an account. We have made registering to bid a simple and easy process as part of our online auction. To create an account, you’ll need to provide your email address and a secure password. You’ll also need to fill in a few personal details, such as your full name and phone number too, and verify your email address. Done!
Step 3: Register to bid. We have also made our registering process easy to do, using our auction passport system.
Step 4: Bidding at auction. Digital bidding is the same process as in-person bidding, with the added benefit of being able to do so from whichever location you desire.
We have shaped our selling at auction process to be as simple and exciting for sellers as possible. After receiving your valuation from a member of our team, you will agree on the desired sales price and a reserve guide price for peace of mind.
On auction day, you will be able to watch the bidding process happen on your property in real-time. When the gavel drops, you will complete and receive your cash in as little as 28 days.
We often receive offers from interested buyers prior to the auction, meaning you may sell your property quicker than you thought!
Take control of your property’s value by setting a reserve price at the minimum you are prepared to accept before the auction takes place.
Lots sold at auction take just 28 days to complete, meaning you receive your cash faster. This also applies to properties sold subject to, pre, or post-auction offers.
From the moment the gavel goes down, the sale exchanges – meaning your buyer is contractually obliged to purchase your property.
We’ve been successfully selling at auction for over 20 years, putting you and your property in safe and knowledgeable hands.