IAM Sold Raise Over £11 Million in Sales at Latest West Midlands Property Auction

Posted on 8th May 2017 by Jordan Holmes

We have the results for our latest West Midlands Property Auction. The auction, held on Thursday 27th April at Molineux Stadium, achieved an 80% success rate selling 83 of the 104 lots available. Altogether an outstanding £11,376,650 was raised in sales.

 

Among the properties sold at auction were:

 

187 Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield – A 6 bedroom semi-detached house, in need of refurbishment, sold for an impressive £365,000 and received 20 viewings.

 

163 Yew Tree Lane, Wolverhampton – Selling for £182,000, this 3 bedroom semi-detached house achieved £22,000 above its starting price.

 

Fairfield, Burgs Lane, Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury – A 5 bedroom detached period house, with generous gardens and a former coach house, sold for £350,000, £25,000 over its starting price of £325,000.

 

To view the complete set of results from the auction please follow the link > WMPA Results 27th April 2017

 

Our next West Midlands Property Auction will be held on Wednesday 7th June at Molineux Stadium. If you have any questions or would like to enter your property for auction please contact our team on 0121 366 0539 or email enquiries@iam-sold.co.uk.

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My name is Jordan Holmes and I am the Marketing Executive at Intelligent Services Group. I have a BA (Hons) in Marketing and Advertising Management which I obtained from Leeds Metropolitan University. I have a keen interest in rugby union, golf, football, weight training and scuba diving. I also have a passion for music and travel. Read more posts from Jordan
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Communication was poor, the price initially promised was not achieved and despite 3 reductions the house still did not sell. Then to add injury to insult the contract does not allow the house to be sold for a 12month period without paying an extortionate £6000 fee.