Zero Entry Fees When Selling Your Property

Zero Entry Fees Selling A Property At Auction

Speed and certainty are just some of the reasons people choose Auction Agent when selling their property. Compared to private treaty, the auction route is much faster and more successful.  In the auction room, interested parties bidding against each other ensure transparency and that you achieve the best price on the day.  If you are unfamiliar with the auction process, frequently asked questions can include:

What type of properties can you sell?

Here at Auction Agent, we sell all types of property and land including but not limited to substations, garages, beach huts and ground rents

Of course, residential properties like terraced houses, detached houses, semi-detached houses and bungalows sell well at auction. However, we have an abundance of enquiries from investors regarding properties that are have potential and are suitable for development. They typically value tenanted properties or ones that are suitable for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents and those that have the potential to add value, for example pubs, restaurants, retail, offices, industrial or development land with or without planning permission.

How much do you charge to market my property?              

Auction Agent does not charge an entry fee to market your property, unlike other auction houses. We work on a no sale, no fee basis, so if your property does not sell, there’s nothing to pay. What’s more, we offer a free, no obligation auction appraisal to everyone interested in selling their property.

What does an auction appraisal entail?

After we are instructed, a member of the Auction Agent team will inspect your property and make an initial assessment to see whether it’s suitable for sale at auction. Then we will discuss your requirements and offer professional and impartial advice on how best to market your property. We will undertake a thorough market appraisal of your property before discussing a potential selling price and guide price for the auction.

At what price should I sell?

The reserve price is the minimum price that you are prepared to sell at and is only known to yourself and our team.  Depending on the interest pre auction, we can adjust the reserve accordingly. The reserve price is the minimum price the auctioneer can sell at. In the event of your property fails to sell, we will contact all parties interested to agree to a sale post-auction.

Do I get less money if I sell at auction?

If your property is right for the auction, then they usually for a similar price or even higher than if it were sold via an estate agent. We will always advise the best way to achieve the maximum amount of money for you.

Should I try an estate agent first?

The auction route should always be your first choice if your property is suitable for sale by auction. There are many negatives when trying to sell with an estate agent beforehand. If your property has already been marketed it will generally achieve a lower figure as it is seen by prospective buyers as having been on the market for a while.  This leads to doubts as to why it has not sold and whether there is something wrong with it.

If you would like some advice on selling your property quickly in Haslingden, Helmshore, Nelson, Colne, Whitworth, Preston, Chorley, Leyland, Ormskirk, Lancaster, Bacup, Rawtenstall, Edenfield and Todmorden or any other areas in Lancashire, Greater Manchester, or Yorkshire, call the Auction Agent team now at 01706 940499.

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