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Final time to sell by auction in Leicester in 2014

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14th October 2014

Graham Penny Auctions is inviting entries for its last Leicester auction of 2014.

Graham Penny Auctions opened its Leicester office in January 2014 and is hoping it will close off its highly successful opening year with another packed catalogue of properties for the auction on Thursday 20th November at the King Power Stadium.

Carl Finch, branch manager at Graham Penny Auctions Leicester, commented: “We’ve already secured more than £10m in sales for our clients which is fantastic for our first year of auctions in the city.

“We now have a database of thousands of buyers receiving our catalogues and the auction room is getting busier each month so seller can expect a lot of interest in their property. I’m looking forward to a positive end to the year – for us and our vendor clients.”

Anyone looking to sell their property with Graham Penny Auctions will receive a free no obligation property appraisal where a valuer will visit the property, provide a sales valuation and advise what sale price can be expected, the likely timescales and the costs involved. On the fall of the hammer the sale is secure and contracts are exchanged in the auction room with completion taking place only 21 days later.

Graham Penny Auctions dominates the region’s property auction market in terms of lots offered, lots sold and revenue raised and continues to stay well ahead of its rivals across the East Midlands. So far this year Graham Penny Auctions Leicester has raised over £10.9m in sales for its clients and achieved a 79 per cent success rate.

Carl added: “Selling at auction widens the potential market; not only will there be buyers who want to make it their home, there will also be investors, developers and property dealers interested in buying. All our properties are extensively marketed online, via social media, in the local press and in our city centre office and our quality catalogue is mailed to thousands of potential buyers across the UK.”

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