Why Sell My Property Through auctionmove.co.uk
With house prices falling and many real estate owners looking for a quick sale, auctionmove.co.uk provides a 28 day turnaround, with a competitive bidding process and a hardworking, professional sales team.
The auction process gives you the security and comfort that the lot cannot be sold for less than your agreed reserve price; whilst also providing exposure to a competitive bidding scenario.
We offer expert advice and assistance, whilst providing residential and commercial properties, as well as land in a variety of choice locations.
Our marketing campaign is targeted at both national and local levels to ensure that we generate as much interest as possible for each property and reach as many potential bidders as possible.
We abide by the RICS common auction conditions to confirm each bid as legally binding and provide the peace of mind of a well-practiced and effective auction process.
At all times, up to the close of the auction, you will have the ability to monitor any bid interest and activity.
auctionmove.co.uk is very easy and efficient to use and our professional team will always be on hand should any extra guidance be required.
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