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  • Almost £1m raised & 65% success rate in our April auction news item
    Almost £1m raised & 65% success rate in our April auction

    We held our auction last Thursday (23rd April) behind closed doors with remote bidding only, having not been able to conduct viewings but despite the constraints managed a credible 65% success rate.

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  • Tips for agents selling at auction news item
    Tips for agents selling at auction

    Known as 'Joint Auctioneers', traditional agents have the ability to enter properties into auction to ensure the best chance of a sale for their clients.

    A typical scenario is where a property has been offered for sale on a Private Treaty basis for a number of months without success, often as a result of an abortive deal, conditionality being imposed on a contract or a simple lack of demand. Ultimately, the time has come where the pro-active agent needs to offer a solution for their client to ensure the best chances of a sale.

    Read the full article to discover the numerous advantages of selling at auction for the client:-

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  • Nottingham Auction House Opens First Office news item
    Nottingham Auction House Opens First Office

    Nottingham's latest auction house has settled into a new office – as the man leading it says he believes it can rival other city firms.

    Auction Estates, which forms part of property investment firm ALB Group, has been set up by Paul Giles and will concentrate on residential and commercial property auctions.

    It launches this week after the new company moved into its own base, in Regent Street, within the professional quarter.

    Mr Giles, who previously led Savills' commercial auction team, said: "It's vital for us to have an office here so we can be at the heart of the best street in the professional quarter.

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  • Our View on the Current Market Conditions news item
    Our View on the Current Market Conditions

    Back in June The Telegraph speculated that house prices would fall 5pc nationwide and tumble even further in London as worried home owners back out, amid the uncertainty that the vote to the EU has created.

    Since then, the market sentiment from both agents and solicitors has proved that this was indeed just a short blip with confidence from buyers now surging.

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