Our last sale of 2011 took place on 7th December at Hatfield House and saw an 85% success rate with seventeen of the twenty lots securing buyers at a combined value of £1.82million.
The auction saw lots on offer from fourteen different counties across the UK, reflecting Network Auctions position as a national auctioneer.
Five of the lots were snapped up by telephone bidders who were able to watch the auction live via the webcast on Network Auctions’ website and results were also posted live from the room on Twitter.
This excellent result saw Network Auctions 2011 success rate at 75% of lots offered.
Guy Charrison, Network Auctions Director and auctioneer said: “The result was a pleasing one on which to end an excellent year which has seen the number of partner agents we work with increase to twenty five from across the UK.
In 2011 we also entered into a partnership with W1 Network Auctions in Scotland and look forward to running a number of auctions in Glasgow in 2012.
2012 will also see us moving from Hatfield House and conducting our auctions from Glaziers Hall overlooking the River Thames near London Bridge in Central London. This move will create even greater exposure for our partner agents and clients and we are all excited at the additional opportunities this will bring.”
We will be conducting auctions on 7th March, 3rd May, 4th July, 12th September, 1st November and 6th December 2012 and are already taking lots for inclusion.Friday 16 December 2011
After four years using Hatfield House in Hertfordshire as their national auction room, Network Auctions are taking their auctions to London in 2012.
Network Auctions, who also operate in Scotland in partnership with W1 Network Auctions Scotland, will now be holding regular auctions in both capital cities.
The move to London is testament to the success of the Network Auctions offering and will provide their twenty four partner agents and clients with even greater exposure.
Toby Limbrick, Director Network Auctions said: “Our move to London provides the opportunity to showcase our auction sales to an even wider audience and clients will benefit from the increased exposure.
The local knowledge and expertise provided by our partner agents together with our national exposure and auction experience is already a winning combination and this move demonstrates our commitment to the growing auction market.
Our 2012 auctions will take place at Glaziers Hall near London Bridge, home of one of the great City of London livery companies, the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass. The impressive building overlooks the River Thames and is a fabulous venue for Network Auctions.”
The first auction will take place on March 7th with other auctions planned for May 3rd, July 4th, September 12th, November 1st and December 6th 2012.Tuesday 22 November 2011
The next auction being held by Network Auctions is being held at the national auction room at Hatfield House on 7th December at 2pm.
The December sale will follow hot on the heels of Networks first auction north of the border on 30th November at the Radisson Blu Hotel in central Glasgow held in partnership with W1 Network Auctions Scotland.
The December auction will also be the last to be held at Hatfield House as Network Auctions will be holding their 2012 auctions in
The December auction sees an excellent selection of lots on offer with a wide range of property for investors, developers and private buyers available.
Amongst the diverse range of property going under then hammer are:
The Elephant and Castle in
Suffolk which is a substantial freehold public house located approximately 8 miles from
Suffolk coast with a guide price of £170,000.
A ground floor surgery forming part of a purpose built block of flats in
Harrow, Middlesex. The property is currently let until 2015 to an orthodontist and produces £9600pa.The property has potential for an alternative commercial use or conversion to a residential flat in the future.
A vacant three bedroomed terraced house located in Smallheath in
Birmingham for either owner occupation or investment with a guide price of £90,000+.
The auction on 7th December will once again have a live Twitter feed giving updates and the results as they happen. Network Auctions can be followed on Twitter as @NetworkAuctions.
The auction can also be followed live on video online at www.networkauctions.co.uk
Guy Charrison, auctioneer for Network Auctions and Chairman of the National Association of Valuers & Auctioneers added: “2011 has seen auction numbers significantly increase on previous years and Network Auctions have sold over £15 million of property so far this year. This clearly proves that auctions provide an ideal way of disposing of a wide variety of property, particularly in situations where transparency and speed of sale are important.
Auctions are a superb way of selling a wide variety of property as the transaction is secured as soon as the auctioneer’s gavel falls.
2012 looks set to be an even better year and our move to Central London and partnership arrangements in
Scotland will see even greater exposure and opportunity for those looking to sell property across the
UK.”Tuesday 22 November 2011
Leading Wembley estate agents, Grey and Co have become the latest agent to join forces with Network Auctions in order to offer property auctions as an alternative method of sale to their clients who wish to sell quickly and with certainty.Sunday 20 November 2011
September’s catalogue featured Agent : Sansome & George
Sansome & George are a well established multi discipline estate agency located within the Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke Triangle with four high profile offices in Mortimer, Tadley, Bramley and Kingsclere.
They have been operating within the West Berkshire and North Hampshire area for nearly 30 years and have an experienced and professional team handling sales, lettings, land and overseas property.
The decision to become a partner agent with Network Auctions was an easy one according to Managing Director David Sansome:
“We had been considering handling property auctions for some time as it represents a natural extension to our existing sales and lettings business. Working with Network Auctions allows us to utilise all of the knowledge and expertise we have as local independent agents and combine it with expert auctioneering skills and national coverage.
This provides our many clients with the best of both worlds and reinforces the trust we have built up with them over the last thirty years.”
As the leading independent estate agent within the North Hampshire and West Berkshire area, Network Auctions are delighted to have Sansome & George join their growing ranks of the best agents across the country and Director Tony Limbrick said: “We are delighted that Sansome & George have joined us and we look forward to working with them in bringing a first class auction service to the areas they cover.”
As David Sansome points out: “Whatever the type of property and whatever the client’s particular circumstances, I feel that Sansome & George are able to provide the best sales solution.
We naturally welcome enquiries from anyone considering disposing of property and should be pleased to advise and provide more information.”
David Sansome can be contacted directly on 0118 981 0022 or by email at email@example.com
Further details on their services including auctions and their branch network can be found on their website at www.sansomeandgeorge.co.ukSunday 20 November 2011
Whether you take the High Road or the Low Road, Network Auctions are now able to provide auction services throughout Scotland through a partnership with W1 Network Auctions.
W1 Network Auctions are a young, fresh and dynamic company that was created by Laura McCallum and Alistair Blyth who, together with experienced auctioneer Kevin McGillivray, saw the potential for specialist property auction provision in Scotland.
By joining Network Auctions as partners, W1 Network Auctions Scotland are able to offer a comprehensive national service to their clients throughout the UK.
Alistair Blyth, sales Director at W1 Network Auctions Scotland said: “W1 Network Auctions Scotland will deliver a first class experience to all of our customers. With the combination of our knowledge, experience and our associations throughout the UK we are confident that we will achieve the best possible results for our clients. In our business we believe in one simple philosophy that we will treat our customers as we like to be treated ourselves, with honesty and respect.”
The first Scottish auction will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow on 30th November with Kevin McGillvray and Network Auctions Director and Chairman of NAVA, Guy Charrison, at the rostrum. Further details on the auction and lots on offer can be found at www.w1networkauctionsscotland.co.uk
Network Auctions are the country’s fastest growing auctions business with twenty four partner agents and a central London auction room from which to help clients dispose of any property.
The Directors of Network Auctions have over 100 years of collective property expertise and Director Toby Limbrick is delighted to be expanding their coverage North of the border. “W1Network Auctions Scotland are set to become a major new force in selling property in Scotland. Laura and Alistair’s business track record of success is impressive and I am looking forward to working with them.”Saturday 12 November 2011
Aspect Property Services
Liam Keran and Ben Lynch have worked in Harlesden for over twenty five years and both know the North West London area intimately.
Both Partners are qualified members of the National Association of Estate Agents and believe in delivering highly professional estate agency services to their clients whether in sales, lettings or new homes.
This in depth knowledge of the area and commitment to professionalism are major factors in their success, providing customers and clients with the confidence that they are dealing with people that have their best interests at heart.
Becoming a partner agent with Network Auctions was therefore an easy decision to make according to Liam: "At Aspect we have built an enviable reputation for delivering first class results and excellent customer service. Ben and I wanted to extend our services to include auctions and through our partnership with Network Auctions we are able to provide sellers with the best combination of local expertise and national marketing.
Ben added: "In Guy Charrison, Network Auctions have one of the leading auctioneers in the UK and, coupled with his current chairmanship of NAVA, we know we are working with the very best.
Aspect Property Services cover a densely populated area of North West London that includes: Harlesden, Willesden, Neasden, Wembley and Acton and deal with a wide range of property from one bedroom apartments to large detached Victorian villas.
Aspect Property Services are based in Park Parade in Harlesden and provide a full range of sales, lettings, property management and maintenance services. They also specialise in the marketing of land and new homes.
They can be contacted on 020 8965 0000 or via their website at www.aspect-property.comFriday 4 November 2011
Roberts Newby have two offices in Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St Peter in
South Buckinghamshire. Established twenty years ago they operate a multi award winning sales and lettings business and became Network Auctions partner agents in 2010.
Managing Director Simon Roberts leads the experienced team and the company’s distinctive orange and black livery is a highly visible and well recognised sight across the areas that they cover which includes some of the most sought after and expensive post codes in the
Huge supporters of the local community and good causes, Roberts Newby are the perfect example of a business that is large enough to deliver and small enough to care. The testimonial and community sections of their website are testament to this approach.
Always at the leading edge in terms of marketing, Roberts Newby have a TV section on their website with videos about the areas they cover, the services they provide and the properties they are marketing. They also produce regular e-newsletters which keep clients and customers, past, present and future, up to date with the market and other relevant news.
The auction division of Roberts Newby is run by Manager Simon Coleman who is based at Chalfont St Giles and who has many years experience in residential property in the area. At the time of writing, Roberts Newby and their clients have enjoyed a 100% track record of success with Network Auctions, seeing a total of ten lots sold over the course of the last four auction sales.
Simon Coleman says: “Our partnership with Network Auctions is an important part of our offering to clients and we have secured many instructions on properties as a result of being able to offer an auction service based on our local expertise and Network Auctions national coverage.”
The Roberts Newby website which contains information on all of their services and all contact details can be found at www.robertsnewby.comFriday 4 November 2011
September saw the latest auction run by Network Auctions at their National Auction Room at historic Hatfield House in Hertfordshire turn out to be their most successful ever.
A total of 80% of the lots were sold from a catalogue of 35 properties and the amount raised was £6,048,500.
Lots sold ranged from a selection of apartments selling between £40,000 and £50,000 to a semi detached house in Stanmore with planning permission to build another dwelling in the side garden which sold at £488,000, some £38,000 above the guide price.
A particular feature of this auction was the number of public houses for sale and a total of 12 were sold throughout London and the Home Counties.
Auctioneer Guy Charrison who led the auction said: “We were very pleased with the results achieved pre auction, on the day and post auction. The amount raised was our second highest result and despite a challenging market our partner agents did an excellent job in creating interest and activity in the room. This demonstrates a key strength of our local expertise and national coverage.”
Network Auctions currently run six auction sales a year from their national Auction Room at Hatfield House and offer a unique approach to sellers. Properties are marketed locally by partner agents as well as nationally.
Auctions provide an excellent method of selling a wide range of property and provide a fast, transparent and certain outcome.
Network Auctions work with partner agents across the UK and this enables clients to benefit from a first class national auction service which combines the strengths of the partner agent’s local and regional marketing with the power of a national auction house.Tuesday 27 September 2011
A great start to 2011 with new partners from The Tate partnership in West London, Forte Homes in East London, Surelock Properties of Birmingham, Lawson’s Estates in Thetford, Aspect of NW London and finally Holmes Pearman of Basildon join Guy Charrison and Toby Limbrick for training to promote auction services to their clients.
Many agents are now realising the benefit of offering auctions with network Auctions at a time when quality instructions are becoming more difficult to secure and an advantage over local rivals is essential.
Call us if you would like to know more about your business developing this additional revenue stream 020 7871 0420Monday 26 September 2011
2011 Auction – We’ll drink to that!
Network Auctions will be holding
their next auction at the national auction room at Hatfield House on
13th September at 2pm.
Amongst the 36 lots of offer are 14
public houses with guide prices ranging from £110,000 to over
The Old Oak in Sittingbourne is a
detached public house with a garden and a guide price of
The Huntsman is a substantial public
house located amongst the Norfolk Broads about ten miles from Norwich
on a large site.
At the higher end of the price scale
is the landmark pub, the Duke of Fife in Forest Gate which is a three storey
building of architectural merit with a function room and car
All of the pubs on offer, bar one,
are freehold and being sold with vacant possession.
Toby Limbrick, Director at Network
Auctions said: “These lots provide some superb opportunities for buyers to own
their own public houses, free of brewery ties and with excellent potential for
growth. Some also have redevelopment potential. subject to the usual
Auctions are, of course, a superb
way of selling a wide variety of property as the transaction is secured as soon
as the auctioneer’s gavel falls. Our September auction will, in addition to the
selection of public houses, see an excellent choice of lots on offer with a wide
range of property for investors, developers and private
Once again Network Auctions’
partnership with agents across the country is enabling us to provide clients
with an alternative route to selling property of all types and across all price
The combination of local knowledge
and expertise and national exposure is proving to be a winning formula and we
expect another successful sale.”Guy Charrison, auctioneer for
Network Auctions and Chairman of the National Association of Valuers &
Auctioneers added: “The number of residential property lots being offered by
auction in 2011 is up significantly on previous years and is proving that
auctions provide an ideal way of disposing of a wide variety of property,
particularly in situations where transparency and speed of sale are
Monday 26 September 2011
CADOGAN KEELAN WESTALL JOINS FORCES WITH NETWORK AUCTIONS TO OFFER INSURANCE COVER WITHIN MINUTES OF THE HAMMER FALLING
First-of-a-kind agreement enables buyers to put property purchased at auction ‘on risk’ immediately
Leading European commercial property insurance broker Cadogan Keelan Westall (tel: 01420 488288 / 0203 102 4260 or www.cadogankeelanwestall.com) has recently joined forces with Network Auctions to offer buyers access to cost effective, best of breed insurance cover within minutes of the hammer falling..
As part of this exclusive, first-of-a-kind arrangement, Cadogan Keelan Westall representatives will attend auctions held at Network Auctions’ National Auction Room in Hatfield where they will be on hand to advise buyers on all aspects of their insurance requirements, and help ensure that properties are adequately protected from day one.
The agreement will also see both companies publicising each other’s services on their respective websites, social networking sites and sales & marketing literature.
Network Auctions’ Director Toby Limerick comments: “Buyers don’t always realise that it is their responsibility to insure property from exchange of contracts. As a binding contract happens at auction on the fall of the hammer, it is important to be able to put a property ‘on risk’ immediately.”
He continues: “By working with Cadogan Keelan Westall, Network Auctions is able to offer buyers access to a facility, in the auction room, that allows a property to go ‘on risk’ within minutes of the hammer falling and the sale being made.”
Darren Coldspring, Business Development Manager at Cadogan Keelan Westall says: “Joining forces with Network Auctions will help establish Cadogan Keelan Westall in a previously untapped market. As the only property insurance broker attending the events, it creates a potentially huge new business opportunity for us. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship between our two businesses.”
Cadogan Keelan Westall offers a wide range of commercial property insurance and risk management solutions to property owners both in the UK and overseas.
Binding authority agreements with major blue chip insurers enables the company to provide cover for a broad range of risks, as well as offer a truly competitive service, the best possible premiums, and wider fair market analysis.Monday 26 September 2011