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Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Auction property- free listing

I'll be honest I've never sold a property at auction. I did get as far as getting Savills to value a place I owned but was advised to keep hold of it. I'm glad I did it still one of my most consistent property lets and I'm sure it's value has rebounded considerable since the 'credit crunch'. I know at the time they were asking for a listing fee of about £600 whether the property sold at auction or not.

Free listing
I've been contacted by an Auction House in Nottingham who were offering a FREE auction appraisal service. Unlike the majority of auctioneers, they do not charge any upfront entry fees and you only pay us a fee when your property is sold. I've no idea what level of service is on offer so make sure you ask lots of questions and if it does look good please let us know by posting a comment below.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...


If you ask for a free listing you may get one, i did & also had the commision reduced to 1.5%