Probate properties can be extremely various and differ enormously in size, state and value. One thing they do have in common however, is that they more often than not need an extreme amount of TLC; the vast... Read More
In spite of the television programmes and press articles about property auctions, the general process is still not completely understood by the majority of British people. In fact, only 1.9% of all property is sold by auction across Britain which is pitiful when compared to Australia, where in... Read More
Property auctions are fast-paced, exciting events that are bound to get your heart racing, whether you’re buying, selling or just along for the ride. Whilst for many this is a thrilling experience that is nothing but enjoyable, this more often than not comes with some... Read More
Brighton’s quieter, residential neighbour Hove was voted the best UK property hotspot for young professionals in a recent bank survey - for a second year in a row.
Two other Brighton postcodes - BN1 and BN2 - also vied for the annual survey top... Read More
Auction House Sussex is seeing more and more evidence of regional property auctions outshining the national residential property market. The company is enjoying continuous growth... Read More
Property auctions are becoming more and more popular, and are often an easier alternative than buying and selling property through other more traditional channels. However, the jargon attached to the auction sector can sometimes make it feel like a different world. So, to make... Read More
Auction House Sussex, a branch of the UK’s biggest property auctioneer and a valued partner of Austin Gray, is seeing more and more evidence of an increasing number of buy-to-let landlords choosing to sell their properties at auction.
Nick Muston... Read More
Selling by auction is one of the most open and transparent methods of selling property, as well as being the most reliable indicator of a properties true market value – you can guarantee that ... Read More
Making the step from leaseholder to freeholder is an appealing option as you can manage and/or protecting the value of a short lease. It can be cheaper than you think - but there are considerations to take into account. Professional team leader Stewart Gray FRICS, discusses the... Read More
We took notice of a recent article published by Sacha and Scott Martin entitled Are Estate Agents being Beaten Purple and Orange? because it mirrored our sentiments on the gaping flaws in the do-it-yourself, get-it-over-and-done-with online only approach. The emergence... Read More