SDL Auctions holds property auctions in Nottingham at Nottingham Racecourse.
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In Nottingham we have raised over £100m in sales through 40+ auctions and sold 1,200+ lots. Every May our Nottingham auction is held at the East Midlands Property Owners (EMPO) Landlords Expo which is attended by over a thousand landlords and property investors from across the region.
Sell by auction in Nottingham
Our Nottingham auctions are always well attended and have brilliant success rates, meaning you can be confident that your property will be sold. If you’re interested in selling your Nottingham property at auction, request a free sales valuation today, or get in touch with our friendly team on 0115 958 8702.
Our team is on-hand to assist you with any questions that you might have relating to property sale by auction in Nottingham, so, whatever you’d like to know about the process of selling property by auction, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Buy at auction in Nottingham
View the lots in our upcoming Nottingham property auction. With a variety of lots on offer at auction – everything from residential properties to investment opportunities – it may just be the best option for you. Our advice pages are full of information if you are interested in finding out more about buying property at auction.
If you’re interested in auction houses for sale in Nottingham or auction land for sale in Nottingham or you’ve got any questions, get in touch with the team today!
Nottingham is a city steeped in history; from the legend of Robin Hood and the caves to one of the oldest pubs in Britain, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem and Goose Fair, one of Europe’s most famous travelling fairs.
The city is also famous for its sporting prowess as the home to Nottingham Forest and Notts County Football Clubs, Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey club, test match cricket ground Trent Bridge and Olympic gold medallists Torvill & Dean.
Nottingham has many impressive buildings in the city, most notably Nottingham Castle and Wollaton Hall – which doubled as Wayne Manor for the recent Hollywood film The Dark Knight Rises. It also has a number of popular residential areas including Mapperley and Sherwood on the outskirts of the city, Beeston and Long Eaton to the west, to the south there is West Bridgford and Clifton, once the largest council estate in Europe, and Carlton and Bulwell to the north.
“Time to say thank you to the Nottingham team at Graham Penny Auctions in securing the best price at auction for our property. Knowing the property is definitely sold with the fall of the gavel allows great peace of mind.”
“It was our first experience in attending and bidding at a property auction. Our preparation was greatly assisted by your team in Nottingham. Nothing was too much trouble, we found the experience enjoyable and your personal management of the process relaxed and professional. After the auction we reviewed our situation and subsequently purchased a similar unsold property in the same area that was still available. In summary our thanks and gratitude to your team at Graham Penny for the excellent personal and professional service.”
“I also wanted to thank Glenn for his time and attention at the property – he is a real credit to your company and I can’t praise him enough for the level of detail he provided during the viewing. More importantly than that he also came across as very genuine, sincere and honest – something that we don’t always see in the world of property! So if you could pass on my best regards and gratitude to him that would be great.”
“I’d like to thank you for an excellent service throughout. Ruth was on the ball throughout and gave me great confidence that everything was going well. My gratitude also goes to Abi who rose to the occasion brilliantly on the day and arranged the auction in your offices that brought me a further £13,750 while I was on the golf course. Congratulations to all.”
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