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Latest Online Property Auction Salesauctionmove.co.uk are proud to announce the latest sales achieved by way of online property auction, the new way to buy and sell property.
Latest Sale: Meltham, Huddersfieldauctionmove.co.uk achieve yet another sale by way of an online property auction. A studio apartment in Meltham, Huddersfield becomes the latest property to sell.
Latest sale: Wigan Road, BoltonA fantastic housing development opportunity located in the Wigan Road area of Bolton is the latest to be sold at online property auction.
Latest sale: Rosamond Street, BoltonA fantastic three bedroom mid terraced property located in the Rosamond Street area of Bolton has become the latest property to be sold at online property auction.
A fantastic housing development opportunity located in the Wigan Road area of Bolton is the latest to be sold at online property auction.
The large detached property, which has four bedrooms, a beautiful garden and an extensive driveway, was sold for £90,000.
Lisa Obertelli, Sales Director of auctionmove.co.uk, said: “The sale of this property has created a great opportunity for the new owner and once again reaffirms the desire for property developers to purchase at an online property auction.
“Property auctions online are becoming an integral part of the property industry. With each passing month, more and more people are realising the potential that the world wide web brings for the industry, with a much larger audience being able to access auctions resulting in wider exposure for the seller and a greater choice for the purchaser.”
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