Selling property at an Auction can be a very effective and efficient way to achieve the best price through competitive bidding. It is also a transparent and fair way to sell and extends a fair opportunity to all perspective buyers to bid for the property encouraging competition and instant decision making often driving a higher sale price. 
Completion times are much shorter, normally 21 to 28 or 56 days for traditional auctions and therefore the process can be faster than a normal private sale. Potential buyers tend to be investors or developers and often have a mortgage in place or cash funds available. 
Public auction is a highly efficient, swift and transparent method of sale that is especially suitable for the types of property that are: 
Difficult to mortgage or in mortgage arrears 
Have structural issues or are non standard construction  
Require refurbishment or major works 
Probate or deceased estate property 
Residential Investment Property 
Houses in need of improvement or in disrepair 
Houses with development potential 
Freehold Ground Rents-both individual & portfolios 
Commercial Property-both vacant and investment 
Garages-both single garages & blocks 
Land-amenity sites & with development potential 
Building Plots with planning permission. 
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