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Under the Hammer August 2016

We are fast heading towards the end of the summer holidays and are busy preparing the lots for inclusion in our next sale at the beginning of October. 

 Whilst the auction process is very transparent and provides an immediate result at the fall of the hammer, this method of sale will not suit all properties and there is some way to go until it becomes a more widespread method of selling houses and land throughout the price ranges. 


 The auction process works well for houses that need renovation or improvement but equally more and more people are looking at the opportunity to achieve a result within a given time frame.  Otherwise, amenity land, building land, garages and commercial and residential investments sell well where the objectives are quite clear and guide prices are realistic. 


 The beauty of the auction process is that subject to a careful marketing campaign and presentation the market will dictate on the day what they are worth.


 We have a variety of lots in our autumn sale including a detached house in South Norfolk, a flat in Sea Palling, a bungalow of non-traditional construction in Bacton, a delightful building plot in West Norfolk, various garage blocks around Norfolk (in separate lots), investment property in Great Yarmouth, as well as property in Norwich.


 We are still taking entries for our autumn sale, so for those people interested in knowing more about the auction process or who think they might have something suitable for inclusion, please contact us - we are happy to inspect property without obligation and to provide advice. 


Peter Hornor