Demand for auction properties on the rise

Our Auction Department has been extremely busy recently with many new properties added to our auction lots. So busy in fact, that we have booked in an extra auction date in July to meet the demand. Property owners are using the auction route more and more to sell their property if it has failed survey, is in dis-repair or they are simply in need of a quick sale.

Residential sales often fall through for this type of property. This is due to the survey letting it down and a mortgage being unobtainable. Our method is to market the property to the right audience who are usually cash buyers, investors and developers. These people are looking for a speedy purchase as much as our vendors are looking for a quick sale.

Properties from many different areas sell well through auction and by working closely with our network of Hunters branches we can cover most of the country. This gives you an auction service with a personal touch, often difficult to obtain with other auction providers. We are with you from your appraisal appointment to completion.

Our auction on the 25th June is now well underway with properties for sale in York, Scarborough, Pocklington, Filey, Tadcaster and Stockton-on-Tees. You can now also submit entries for our auction on 30th July, which deadlines on 18th June.

Exchange takes place on the night of the auction with completion set 28 days later. We offer free auction appraisals and pride ourselves on giving constructive advice on whether the auction route is right for you. For more information on how auctions work or to see what is on offer at our June auction, visit our website.