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With an Auction sale or purchase, when the gavel falls, you have exchanged contracts

This creates a legally binding agreement between both parties. There is then a limited period of time to formerly 'complete' transferring what is more commonly a significant asset, for a large sum of money.

The auction conveyancing process is therefore condensed into a matter of days rather than months. For both buyer and seller, this speed can prove to be extremely advantageous; however, it should not diminish the significance of the transaction – there are many considerations for both parties.

With an Auction sale or purchase, when the gavel falls, you have exchanged contracts

This creates a legally binding agreement between both parties. There is then a limited period of time to formally 'complete' transferring what is more commonly a significant asset, for a large sum of money.

The auction conveyancing process is therefore condensed into a matter of days rather than months. For both buyer and seller, this speed can prove to be extremely advantageous; however, it should not diminish the significance of the transaction – there are many considerations for both parties.

As our name suggests, this is what we do; with over a 10 years dedicated to the Auction sector, we fully understand the legal process, it’s complexities, quirks and tight timescales. Whether you’re buying or selling, using cash, mortgage or bridging finance, we have the skills to complete on time:

Please review, Understanding Auctions, Auction Legal Process and Auction Terminology for more information. Or, if you have any questions, please contact us. We've been dedicated to the Auction Market for over a decade so there aren’t many tricky transactions, tight deadlines or legal issues that we haven't helped clients work through.

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