Whilst others fear a UK property market crash, others are rubbing their hands and attending property auctions to spend their money buying repossessions and below market value property at a bargain price. Could the London property auction be the place where you too can find your dream home?

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Buying a property at auction often seems very desirable, you can pick up bargains, however they are not without their own degree of risk in as much as the ‘bargain’ you pick up could end up being a money pit if you’re not careful and don’t do your research. Notwithstanding, London property auctions taking place in March offer lots of every description and price bracket. Are we starting to see a softening in the market amongst property investors?

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Well folks, January is over and the property auctions are back in full swing. I haven’t managed to review the lots I mentioned in the last property auction watch or the Stretton Auction from earlier this month, but as soon as I get organised I will. I should have posted the property auction list for […]

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Strettons next auction in London is 4th February and there are quite a few south London properties in this sale. London property auctions are popular, and Strettons often have upwards of 500 people attend their sales. On the day, I am sure Strettons will achieve their customary success, selling the greater portion of the catalogue […]

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For those looking to buy property in London, the London property auctions are a must. At the auctions you can find property in London for close to £100,000 or even less.

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Always looking for new investment opportunities, I took a look at Canadian reposessed auctions to see how they differ from UK property auctions. People from the UK are looking for investment markets abroad, due to the highly inflated state of our property market, especially in the affluent south of England. There is lots of information […]

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Property Investment is a business and the owner (bank or building society) of a repossessed property is a motivated seller. This is the type of seller you want.

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