It hardly seems possible that another year has almost passed since last Christmas! It has been a busy time with Essex now on-stream and the successful launch of our online auction option. We have managed to maintain our position in the National league tables and remain in the top five in respect of sales by … Continue reading
Anyone attending our last auction (161 lots catalogued) at any of the five venues would have seen packed rooms (some might have said there’s more room in a sardine can!), £18.5 million achieved, an average of 81% success and many many prospective buyers leaving empty handed having been outbid! Those buy to let investors seemed … Continue reading
As many of you will have already noticed, we have refreshed the catalogue cover as well as launched a completely new website which, we hope, will be easier to navigate and even more user friendly. The phrase “if it ain’t broke – don’t mend it” has to be tempered with continually keeping ahead of the … Continue reading
There is still time to enter your property into our October/November auction. Contact us to discuss offering your land or property in our upcoming sale.
The September auction has yet again proven that public confidence still remains strong with over £16 million raised from a catalogue of 138 Lots, pushing the total sales to-date for 2016 to £120 million. We can all read and interpret the various reports and predictions posted on the web but with the interest rate remaining … Continue reading
As the old saying goes “time and tide wait for no man” and as the technology available to us advances so does the responsibility to continually strive to keep auctions at the forefront of the property industry. Over the past six month we have been reviewing the way we interact with both buyers and sellers … Continue reading
September is always one of our more popular sales after the long summer break, and this auction has all the ingredients of following the same pattern. Yet a further reduction in interest rates is even more encouragement, if any were needed, to take cash out of deposit accounts to make it work and produce an … Continue reading