Buying at auction

• View our online catalogue and list the properties you are interested in
• Contact the appropriate people as stated in the catalogue to make an appointment to view the property
• After viewing the property, if you are interested legal packs will be found online at
• If you intend to bid for a property at auction you must bring along a Bankers Draft for 10% of the guide price as a deposit
• You must bring ID with you; a driving license or passport and a recent utilities bill and your solicitor's details
• At the fall of the gavel the sale is legally binding and you will be expected to complete the contracts straight after your bid has been successful. Do not bid if you are unsure of your financial position
• Telephone bids are acceptable by prior arrangement and 10 days prior notice is required for all telephone bidders
• All sales on the night of the auction will be due for legal completion 28 days after the auction unless stated differently
• Successful purchasers will be required to pay a buyer’s premium of &495 plus VAT