Auctioning your property is the most transparent and effective method of sale - particularly for trusts and executors as the property is exposed for sale in a public forum.
We consider properties with:
Remember once the auctioneer's gavel falls - your property is sold and contracts are exchanged there and then with a ten per cent deposit paid... like to know more?
Legal packs on most lots will be available at our offices and at the sale room together with any special conditions.
Prospective purchasers can obtain guide prices on all lots by telephoning the office.
Please bid as clearly as possible and remember it is your responsibility to attract the Auctioneers attention.
The successful bidder will be under a binding contract when the gavel falls
A buyer's details sheet will be provided and must be completed immediately, in exchange for which a card will be issued.
This should be presented to the appropriate Auction staff as soon as the contractual documents are ready for signature, usually within 2 to 3 minutes of the lots being sold.
10% deposit must be paid by bankers draft or cheque by prior arrangement with us.
The memorandum of contract as printed in the catalogue has to be signed and exchanged before leaving the room.
Contact the office for guidance on general procedures or information on specific lots, particularly if you are unfamiliar with auction procedures.