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How to buy property from auctionmove.co.uk


At auctionmove.co.uk we believe that online property auctions can simplify the process of selling a house, whether you're a domestic seller looking to make a move or a property investor looking for a return on their investment.

 

GETTING STARTED

There are two ways to get started with auctionmove.co.uk. You can either:
 

1. Register your interest free as a potential Bidder or
2. Use our FAST TRACK service with 192.com to get bidding straight away
 

REGISTERING

Click on the Register Now tab on the navigation menu on your left and register yourself as an auctionmove.co.uk user. This should only take a few minutes. Once you click on "Submit Registration" you will be able to register yourself as a bidder for free.

 

You can fast track your application with 192.com to get bidding on properties right away. Otherwise, before you get started, we need you need to fill in two simple forms and send them to us, alongside two counter signed forms of identification to verify who you are.

 

By verifying your identity, you are also doing your bit to fight against identity theft.

 

 

THE AUCTION

When you’re ready to get bidding, log on to the website, by entering the email address and password you used to register with us, to get searching for your perfect property.

 

Then off you go and bid on any property that you are interested in buying at your convenience. When you find a lot you want to bid on, you will be invited to bid on a Current Price on the screen.

 

You can keep up with the auction and even other properties you are interested in through My Account.

 

We will also send you email updates at every stage, when you bid, if you are outbid at any point, if the reserve price is met, when the auction closes, if and when your payment is confirmed and sale information. 

 

 

AFTER THE AUCTION

You will be notified via email whether or not you have won the item. If you were not successful, we will provide you with information on similar available properties.

 

If you are the highest bidder and the reserve is met, you win the property and are obliged to buy the lot on the terms of the sale memorandum. A deposit is usually required within one hour and the property must be completed within 28 days.

 

 

 


 

 

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