Search the site sells nine out of ten properties at national auction

publication date: Sep 8, 2009
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Property auctioneers had its most successful auction to date after selling nine out of ten properties in August 2009, an increase of 10% from its previous sale in July. The London-based auction house sold 11% more properties than the average property auction,13% of properties sold at over the guide price. Chief Executive Paul Smith said: "The UK property market is being stabilised by the growing popularity of property auctions. If you have the equity, the process is quite straightforward and you can have the keys to your new property within just three weeks. We sold an incredible 87% of all the lots on offer, showing that the property auction business is one part of the market that is thriving."

A former police station in Pontlottyn, Wales sold for 400% more than its £5,000 asking price, achieving £26,000. Two flats in Belsize Park, which each had an asking price of £150,000, sold for over the asking price with 60 people requesting property details before the auction began. Top-end properties were also being purchased; a three-bedroom mews property in Brighton was sold for £325,000.

The next auction is 1 October 2009 at The New Connaught Rooms in London.