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Row of garages in south east London sell for the same price as a three-bed house in Manchester

A row of four tatty garages in south-east London has been sold at auction for almost £140,000, more than three times the guide price. Jamie Royston, director of Auction House London – which conducted the sale at the Landmark London Hotel – said: “There is currently a big appetite for property with potential. Even if

Run down home ‘mole man’ spent 40 years digging a network of tunnels underneath sells for £1.1million

Daily Mail July 2012 It’s probably fair to say the homeowners in one east London street will much prefer the new buyers of this notorious house compared to the previous occupant. The house was owned by William Lyttle – who was infamously dubbed the ‘Mole Man’ after he dug a series of deep, elaborate tunnels

“Here Andrew Binstock of leading Auctioneers Auction House London tells YPN readers how they see the current market.”

Your Property Network November 2009 Here at YPN we have been guilty of concentrating our editorial pieces on buying from estate agents or direct from motivated sellers. It’s a fact that many professional investors purchase property from auctions that are happening all the time across the UK. YPN readers have been reporting that they are

Andrew Binstock of Sutton Kersh lambasts the American property auction model and lauds the way we do it here. Strong stuff!

PROPERTYdrum May 2009 The property auction industry is going through something of an unexpected revolution. Having accepted for centuries the tried and tested method of charging the vendor of a property between one and two percent commission on a successful auction sale, all of a sudden an American outfit flies over the pond, sets up

A Fairly Traumatic Year

Property Investor News January 2009 Andrew Binstock reports on the highs and lows of the auction scene in 2008. Last year was a fairly traumatic year, not just for the entire property industry, but for the economy in general. Much has been written about this over the past 12 months and from an auctioneer’s perspective,

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