Frequently Asked Questions - Sellers
Will I have to pay anything to use auctionmove.co.uk?
We charge the seller an administration fee from as little as £149 plus VAT. We won't charge the administration fee again if the seller wishes to use us for another auction should the property not sell first time round.
Who will take care of viewings?
auctionmove.co.uk will offer viewings for certain lots. These will be completed via an auctionmove representative, the vendor or a third party associate dependant on the type of lot and its location.
How long are properties available for?
2. There will also be numerous local and national PR and advertising campaigns both online and offline throughout the year.
3. Sale boards placed outside the lot to create and boost any local interest.
This deposit will be received by auctionmove.co.uk via an HSBC Client Holding Account and passed onto your nominated solicitor along with the signed sale memorandum.
The buyer will be required to complete the purchase within 28 days (unless stated otherwise). Please refer to your solicitor for details of how and when the completion monies will be taken.
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