Property Auction Search – Future and Previous Auctions

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Property Auction SearchMonitor future property auction listings and sold prices in your target area with just a few clicks of your mouse. 

Serious Property Auction purchasers know that to improve their chances of picking up bargain properties at auction they first need to know about them all. It would be a laborious job to register with every property auction site and then read through every property auction catalogue to identify properties coming up in your target area. Unbelievably, some people actually do that but there really is no need.

Another really important reference point is knowing what prices other properties have achieved in recent auctions. Again there are two ways to achieving this. One is to cross reference every property listed in auction catalogues with the sold price data on the HM Land Registry website and then recording that information for future use.

There is a quicker way to do both of these things though. In fact, you can get all of this information in less then 60 seconds.

Just use the Property Auction Search tool we have developed in conjunction with EIG – the Essential Information Group.



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Nourdine Streather

14:44 PM, 23rd October 2015
About 3 years ago

The Autumn house auction has begun for buyers who are prepared to do some DIY. There are many opportunities for a first time owner or buy to let investor to get their hands on some cheap property. Always make sure you inspect the property with a surveyor and builder to make sure its functional followed a ready deposit. The first property this month includes a two-storey terrace house with a garden in Hither Green, with a guide price of £250,000. http://realestateforyouallc.ipage.com/london-home-under-the-hammer/


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