Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Network Auctions will be holding their next auction at their
national auction room at Glaziers Hall, overlooking the River
Thames in Central London, on 4 July at 1pm.
The July auction follows a highly successful May sale when 80%
of lots were sold and just under £5 million was raised. That
auction featured two lots which sold for in excess of £1 million
each, demonstrating that auctions are not merely the domain of
lower priced property.
July's auction has an interesting selection of lots from across
England and Wales ranging geographically from Devon to Lancashire
and with guide prices from just £6,000. Seller clients include
lenders in possession, local authorities, executors, private
sellers and asset managers.
Toby Limbrick, Director at Network Auctions, said: "The July
catalogue has some interesting lots including many with excellent
redevelopment and investment potential.
Auctions are, of course, a superb way of selling a wide
variety of property as the transaction is secured as soon as the
auctioneer's gavel falls.
Once again Network Auctions' partnership with agents across
the country is enabling us to provide clients with an alternative
route to selling property of all types and across all price
ranges. The combination of local knowledge and
expertise and national exposure is proving to be a winning formula
and we expect another successful sale."
Network Auctions make good use of social media in their
marketing and have their own Facebook pages. The auction on
4 July will, once again, have a live Twitter feed showing the
results as they happen. Network Auctions can be followed on Twitter
The auction can also be followed live online at www.networkauctions.co.uk
and the catalogue is available for download from the website.
Guy Charrison, auctioneer for Network Auctions and Chairman of
the National Association of Valuers & Auctioneers added: "The
number of residential property lots now being offered by auction
continues to rise and is proof that auctions provide an ideal way
of disposing of a wide variety of property, particularly in
situations where transparency and speed of sale are important."