Buying at auction

Buying at auction genuinely isn’t as scary as many people think and the best advice we can give is to do your homework and speak with the auctioneer before you bid – that way, you will avoid costly mistakes.

Find a Property

Search our current auction lots and when you find a property you like, contact us to arrange a viewing.

Legal pack

Will contain everything you need to see prior to bidding so, make sure you download it for free via our website and wherever possible, ask a solicitor to review it.


More than 70% of people buying at auction, do so using some form of finance – either from a High Street lender or via a bridging finance company so you don’t need to have 100% cash to buy at auction.

Our advice would be do organise finance prior to bidding to avoid stress between exchange and completion.


To bid you will need to complete these steps:

Step 1.

Register to bid

Step 2.

Upload a copy of your ID and proof of address

Step 3.

Read and accept the terms and conditions

Step 4.

Register your debit card for the bidder security deposit
(no money taken if you are unsuccessful)

Winning Bidder

If you are the winning bidder, contracts will exchange immediately on the fall of the digital gavel, you will have to pay a 10% deposit of the purchase price (with the remaining 90% payable on completion) and the buyer’s premium.