Buying property at auction is not just for the experienced investor looking for their next renovation project. It is now often the preferred route for those looking for their ideal property due to the accessibility and benefits that the process offers, namely the speed and security. Below are just some of the advantages of using our service that specifically benefit buyers looking for that additional peace of mind.
A fixed date to buy & move These realistic yet fixed timescales are set from the start to ensure the process runs as smoothly as possible to time frames that benefit all.
You can buy with a mortgage Due to our exchange and completion time frames, the auction route is accessible to all buyers who need the time to organise their finances and arrange a mortgage on the property they wish to buy, meaning we don't just cater to cash-ready investors.
Bid online 24/7 Our unique online platform allows you to bid remotely on a property of interest. We don't just hold public events, we run online auctions alongside these. You can also head in-branch or bid by phone - whatever is best for you and to avoid you missing out on the property you want!
Remember to do your research on the property you're interested in prior to bidding. We like to offer a transparent service and ensure you have an excellent customer journey. To avoid delays or obstacles further down the line, we have included documents in the sidebar to help you make an informed decision before buying by auction. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can speak to one of our Auction Specialists by calling 0845 5193 126. They are on hand to talk you through the process and help you decide if buying at auction is the best route for you.
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