Many ways to bid at our July auction


2013 has seen Network Auctions achieve impressive sales rates of 82% (well above the national average of 78% (source EIG)), a clear sign that our mix of local expertise and marketing coupled with national promotion and a Central London held auction is generating great results. 


Our most recent auction in May saw the successful introduction of online bidding and that service will operate at the July, and all future sales. It also saw record numbers of legal packs being downloaded prior to the day.


The ability of potential buyers to bid in person at the Central London auction room or by phone, by proxy or online, greatly increases the opportunity for a sale at an excellent price.


The auction to be held at the Glaziers Hall by the River Thames at London Bridge on July 3rd has an interesting selection of lots and seller clients include lenders in possession, local authorities, executors, private sellers, PLC’s and asset managers.


Lots include:


·         Warren Farm: A rare opportunity to acquire a freehold farm of 34.8 acres with a 4 bedroom farmhouse and equestrian outbuildings. Lifestyle / development opportunity. The price guide is £550,000 – £600,000.


·         Central London: Prime residential investments in Camden and Fulham.


·         Freehold vacant pubs: In Stafford and Eastbourne.


It is our expertise and local knowledge that creates the opportunity for clients to enjoy a successful sale. This combination of national, local and regional marketing, coupled with good quality advice on guide prices and reserves, makes for a positive outcome.


Excellent exposure to the market is crucial and auction catalogues and newsletters are distributed to many thousands of investors, potential buyers and property people. In addition, social media is an important marketing channel and Network Auctions are on Facebook as Network Auctions and on Twitter as @NetworkAuctions. Over 2200 individuals and businesses follow them on a daily basis.


All auctions are video streamed live to this website and the results tweeted directly from the auction room. Over 350 people regularly watch the auctions live via the video service.


We can be contacted on 020 7871 0420  at and via their website at