Residential Auction Annual Review 2020

2020 was a rollercoaster ride, the year started well then the country underwent a national lockdown a week before our March auction sale.  As the year went on, confidence in property was sustained and the four residential sales held during the second half of 2020 raised a total of £208m, 21% up on 2019, each raising more than 2019. Reassuringly, demand for residential property as an asset class remained resilient.

For an in-depth look at what happened in the residential auction market in 2020, property, vendor and yield analysis, as well as an outlook for 2021, read our Residential Auction Annual Review.

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    Why should I sell my property at an Allsop auction?

    Allsop is the UK’s leading auctioneer of commercial and residential property

    • Impartial advice – When advising on sales we always consider whether a property is suitable for sale by auction or private treaty. Allsop offers both methods. Our property auction and private treaty departments effectively work as one team, ensuring that our advice is impartial and carefully considered.
    • Wide exposure – With our extensive marketing knowledge and contacts we guarantee wide exposure to the market through intensive marketing campaigns.
    • Experience & service – Allsop has been synonymous with property auctions for over 100 years. Our auctioneers are amongst the most experienced and respected in the industry. We offer a streamlined service aimed at securing the best possible price for your property with the minimal amount of stress.
    • We achieve results – We consistently sell over 80% of all properties entered into our auction.

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