Andrews & Robertson raised £10.2m with a success rate of 66% at its second ballroom sale of 2018.
Outsourced auction management provider IAM Sold saw a record-breaking first quarter of the year with 854 lots sold, and £96m total capital raised.
One of the largest residential investments in Birmingham for several years has been sold for more than £2.1m.
EG can reveal that the client behind Allsop’s inaugural online commercial property sale
Figures for March show that the auction sector saw its second successive month of considerable growth in terms of volumes
Auction House London sold a home in Highbury, N5, for £1.59m off a £1.45m guide at its latest sale on 11 April
Barnard Marcus recorded an unusually low success rate on 16 April, selling 59% of its catalogue
Online auction house BidX1’s second UK auction will offer 40 properties, including its first in the capital
A new record could be set in the auction room next month, when an unbroken residential estate guided at £16m-plus will go under the hammer at the Barnett Ross sale
The UK’s largest commercial property auctioneer will hold its first online commercial auction this month
Savills raised £40m with a 71% success rate on the day at its auction this week
Private investors bet £36m on the retail sector at Allsop’s commercial sale last week, amid caution about where future high street rental growth will come from
An unbroken freehold of 33 flats in Leicester will go under the hammer at Network Auctions London sale on 19 April guided at £1.9m
Investors in a failed buyer-funded development in Manchester are pinning their hopes on an online auction to recover some of the £30m they ploughed into the project
The UK’s auction market put in a solid performance last month, with overall lots offered up by almost 6% lots and a 3% increase in total sales
A five-storey property on the Camden street which inspired Alan Bennett’s play The Lady in the Van, will go under the hammer at Savills’ sale on Monday, 26 March
EG watches the bids roll in as Irish online portal BidX1 takes off in the UK
Allsop’s March residential auction will put more than 275 lots under the hammer, 50 more lots than were in the firm’s March sale last year
Windmill Street, W1, property the largest lot in the catalogue, produces £93,000 pa, reflecting a gross yield of just 2.65%
EXCLUSIVE: The Ministry of Defence has awarded a two-year online auction contract to Lambert Smith Hampton as part of the drive to reduce its estate
Online auctioneer BidX1 raised £4.1m on the first day of its debut UK sale, selling 57% of its catalogue on Wednesday, 7 March
A block of 23 luxury flats guided at £1.8m will go under the hammer at SDL Auctions Bigwood’s next Birmingham sale
Harman Healy raised almost £3m at its sale this week, selling 63% of its catalogue
Auction House London raised £18.5m from 64 lots sold at its February auction, a 70% success rate
When Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff came to London last month to promote his jaw-dropping exposé of Donald Trump’s White House administration, Waterstones was the only organisation to secure him for an event.
Mid-tier auctioneers Barnett Ross and McHugh & Co sold more than 80% of the central London lots in their catalogues this week, raising more than £30m between them.
Andrews & Robertson raised more than £10m at its first auction of 2018, with a 67% success rate
A poll of buy-to-let investors conducted by bridging finance lender mtf found that a third planned to expand their portfolios this year, while half said they planned no changes in 2018.
A receivership lot sold for £8m at Allsop’s first sale last week, the highest sum achieved for a single lot at a residential auction.
Acuitus raised £27.57m from the sale of 43 properties at its first auction of the year. Continuing last year’s trend, private investors targeted lots of around £1m and remain keen on prime retail assets on strong high streets.
Online auction house BidX1 will hold its first UK online auction on 7 March with 67 lots on offer, EG can reveal
How did a property referred to as the Welsh Downton Abbey end up in an auction room as a forced sale?
Investors bought almost £51m of stock at Savills’ London auction this week.
“We are doing more development than we have ever done before,” says Cadogan Estate chief executive Hugh Seaborn.
Strettons started its 2018 auction calendar with a 91% success rate this week.
A three-bedroom terrace house in Battersea, SW11, was the biggest lot to sell for Barnard Marcus this week, fetching more than £1m.
A castle in Flintshire, Wales, will go under the hammer next week after the borrower failed to refinance a £3.4m loan issued against it by Lendy
Allsop’s first commercial auction of the year saw 80% of its catalogue find buyers, despite coinciding with the stock market volatility at the start of the week
Specialist property lender Octopus Property has teamed up with the finance arm of auctioneer Acuitus to launch the UK’s first bridging lender for commercial auction purchases.
More high-value properties are to come forward in the auction room at Allsop’s February sale, where 23 lots will be offered at £1m-plus.
A former coastguard tower on the seafront in Littlehampton, West Sussex, will go under the hammer at Savills’ first auction of 2018
Greater London was the only part of the UK to post a year-on-year drop in the average price achieved for single vacant homes sold at auction in 2017, according to Allsop.
The yield gap between prime and secondary commercial properties selling at auction rose to its highest level since 2015 during H2 2017
EG’s interactive health check of the auction sector reveals how the industry’s top firms held up in a challenging and uncertain climate last year.
Ireland’s pioneering online auction house BidX1 has bought London-based ballroom auctioneer Andrews & Robertson as the first step in plans for a rapid UK expansion
Only half of the UK’s top 12 auctioneers increased the amount they raised in 2017 on a year-on-year basis, according to exclusive data from Essential Information Group.
Post-auction sales have pushed the total for Allsop’s last residential sale of 2017 up to £46.4m with an 86% success rate
The top six commercial auctioneers sold almost £1.2bn last year, down by less than 1% on 2016
Barnett Ross auctioneer and senior partner John Barnett discusses the trends behind his firm’s 94% success rate in 2017
Barnett Ross achieved a 100% success rate at its final sale of 2017, selling 27 lots for a total of £6.3m