Buying at Auction

Buying a property at auction


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    Buying a property at auction involves acting at speed. Once your bid is accepted you are bound to purchase the property on the terms of your bid and the contract. At the fall of the hammer, you have exchanged contracts and 28 days later, you must complete or risk losing your deposit.

    We act for you whether you are a newbie or a seasoned campaigner at the auctions!

    Our skilled experienced team of conveyancers know the need for an effective and efficient service. It is always strongly advisable to obtain legal advice on the contents of an auction legal pack prior to committing to a purchase. Even if you decide to proceed without the legal pack being reviewed prior to auction day, we are able to assist with proceeding to completion.

    Please call us on 020 8313 1300 to obtain an estimate as to our fees to discuss your proposed auction transaction further.

    Our guide to the legal process of buying at auction.

    Our top tips for buying at auction.

    We have the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) as well as Lexcel accreditation. CQS provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing teams and is assessed annually.

    “Hyde Housing Association Ltd has worked regularly with Marsons for at least the last 10 years, including local authority nomination agreements, rent arrears, and tenant litigation.

    Since then, we have used their services on a frequent basis, mostly around complicated rent arrears possession claims, anti-social behaviour work, internal repairing, leases for Hyde’s private leasing schemes and nomination agreement.

    We have always found Marsons staff to be professional, knowledgeable, efficient, friendly and reliable.”

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