How To Sell A Property By Online Auction
At auctionmove.co.uk we believe that online property auctions can simplify the process of selling a house or other real estate asset whether you're a domestic seller looking to make a move or an investor looking for a return on their investment.
The seller administration fee is from as little as £149 plus VAT.
The first step is to contact auctionmove.co.uk and register your interest as a potential property or real estate seller. Whether you are acting for yourself or for someone else; if you are an estate agent, a solicitor or other third party, you can register your interest at auctionmove.co.uk.
Once registered an auctionmove.co.uk representative will be in touch to verify any details and talk you through the process of getting the lot onto the website.
At this point, your house will be up for auction and potential buyers will be informed and targeted.
Throughout the auction process, you and bidders will be notified of any bids currently taking place.
Once the final bid has been taken, you will receive an email regarding the bidder and the final price reached.
AFTER THE AUCTION
The deposit monies will be collected from the buyer and placed into the secure auctionmove.co.uk HSBC client holding account ready to be passed onto your chosen solicitor; along with the signed and completed memorandum of sale.
Contracts will then be completed within 28 days or less.
WHAT IF THERE IS NO SALE?
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