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‘Auction market took a breather last month’ - EIG

National auctions aggregator the Essential Information Group (EIG) has published the results of auction activity in February, finding that the market has cooled down after 12-18 months of ‘running at full speed’...



Iconic Pink Floyd cover property exceeds guide price at auction

A Kent cottage, said to feature on the cover of Pink Floyd’s ironically titled album ‘A Collection of Great Dance Songs’, has sold at auction for £215,000 – £55,000 above the guide price...



£5.4 million raised at Network Auctions March sale

Auction house Network Auctions raised £5.4 million at its latest two day property sale, held in London and Birmingham...



Record start to 2015 for Auction House

Auction House has published record sales results for the first two months of the year.   Lots offered were well ahead at 571, with 432 lots sold during January and February 2015, delivering a success rate of 76% and raising over £52...



Sutton Kersh to offer 128 lots at April auction

Merseyside auctioneer Sutton Kersh has attracted 128 lots for its forthcoming property auction.    Among the lots going under the hammer on Thursday 16 April, one that has already attracted a high level of interest is a substantial vacant residential property on Croxteth Road in Liverpool...



Auction Finance raises £1,764 for Comic Relief

More than 130 employees from Manchester-based Auction Finance Limited joined forces as one of the official Red Nose Day call centres to raise more than £1,764 for Comic Relief...



Savills launches latest catalogue

High end London estate agent Savills has launched its latest auction catalogue, which currently consists of 170 lots...



Interview: Andrew Binstock, director, Auction House London

Property Auctions Today chats with Andrew Binstock, auction enthusiast and director at Auction House London…   How did you end up working for Auction House London? Have you always been interested in property auctions?   I started out at the largest auctioneer in the land in 1999...



‘Standing room only’ at Romans’ first auction of 2015

Romans has published the results of its first auction of 2015 which it has described as a ‘showstopper’ with 95% of lots sold on the day...



Property auction jargon dismantled

Brendons Auctioneers take some time out to dismantle some of the more confusing terms you might hear at a property auction…   Every business sector has its own ‘jargon’ and there is terminology relating to property auctions that is worth knowing...





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Why smaller is better when it comes to internet providers

A new survey by consumer group Which? has revealed that customers of smaller broadband providers are much happier than those of the sector’s big three – BT, TalkTalk and Sky...



Zopa launched in 2005 as a financial lender in the United Kingdom

During their 10 years they have  have made a significant impact in the financial industry in the UK...



How much of your time do you spend online?

In an increasingly technological world, where internet access has become so crucial to our everyday lives, people are spending more time online than ever before...



Should internet access be reclassified as a utility?

If the UK wants to compete on the global digital stage, then broadband should become a universal right rather than a luxury...



The evolution of the internet – broadband by numbers

Access to the internet via fast, reliable broadband has become so integral to our daily lives, but what do we really know about the scale of its usage? We have broken down the key figures to take a look at the digital revolution, and there are some pretty big numbers! 3 billion Back in 1995, less than 1% of the world’s population had an internet connection...