September Auctions in Nottinghamshire


Here’s a roundup of the auctions involving properties from Nottinghamshire. Always a source of potential bargains.

First up, on the 1st, is Savills auction. Kicks off at 14.30 at Nottingham racecourse. View the lots here.

On the 7th September Wallace Jones over in Long Eaton have 4 lots going under the hammer. You can see them here.

SDL Graham Penny are up after that on the 15th, also at Nottingham Racecourse. Take a look at the 38 lots they offer here.

Lastly, Pugh & Co have another batch of Nottinghamshire properties going up for grabs also on the 15th September. View their lots here.

There are also a few odd properties scattered amongst Countrywide Auctions, Auction House London, Barnard Marcus and Mark Jenkinson.

If you want letting advice on a property you are looking to purchase then get in touch.

Happy bidding!


Upcoming Auctions In Nottinghamshire


With some agents and auctioneers seeing a slow down in new instructions and buyers holding back, now is a great time to swoop and grab a bargain. Here’s a list of the upcoming auctions in the area.

Savills lots go under their hammer on Thursday 7th July. Might be a little too late to do your due diligence but keep any eye out if anything doesn’t sell. You can view their lots here.

Mark Jenkinson, a Sheffield based auctioneer, have a few properties in North Notts that have appealing guide prices. Their auction is on 12th July and you can take a look at their lots here.

The newly named SDL Graham Penny have their auction on the 13th from 11.30am at Nottingham Racecourse. They have 38 lots at the moment which you can view here. Their Derby auction on the 21st July also has a few properties in Nottinghamshire.

Wallace Jones are a small auctioneer in Long Eaton. They only have a couple of lots at their auction on 14th July but we’ve bought from them before and they are always worth a look. You can see their properties here.

The portfolio of apartments in Nottingham being sold by Screetons are being sold on the 5th July and it’ll be interesting to see what these fetch. View more here.

If you’d like an opinion on something you’ve seen, whether its going to auction or not, please feel free to get in touch. We help you make the right investment so you can make your money go further.


September Auctions in the East Midlands


Nottinghamshire Property Auction

After the usual August break the auctioneers are back in September and early October.

Savills kick off on Thursday 3rd with 42 lots across Nottinghamshire and beyond. View them all here.

On the 8th September Graham Penny will be at the usual Nottingham Racecourse in Colwick from 11.30am. They have 48 lots on offer and you can view them here.

Slightly further afield is the Copeland auction in Chesterfield. A small auction but always seems to have a few bargains. Auction starts at 7pm on the 9th September at Chesterfield Football Club.

Bagshaws are holding their auction on the 29th September at the Derbyshire County Cricket Ground. They have a range of properties from across the East Midlands. See the full list here.

Moving into October, WA Barnes have their next auction on the 1st October with entries still being invited. You can register for their catalogue here.

HEB are also having their next auction on the following week, 8th October at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel with details yet to be released.

For letting advice across Nottinghamshire or advice on where you should and shouldn’t be buying contact Buttercross Estates.


Upcoming auctions in Nottinghamshire



April and May are a great time to pick up a project in auction. With a swift turnaround you can get a property back on the market either to let or sell just in time for the summer months.

So what’s coming up and what should you look out for…

John Pye – Online bidding starts on 7th May

One to watch – Lot 2

John Pye Auctioneers have been long established in the auction rooms but they have developed their business significantly in the past 12 months and have now entered the property auction market. They are very competitive with zero fees for sellers with buyers paying the premiums. Their online approach gives a week for you to place your bids.

Thy have a mix of lots from across the country but those in the development game may take interest in lot 2. A 6,200 sqft commercial premises in Ilkeston. Download the auction catalogue here.

Graham Penny Nottingham – 8th May, 11.30am @ Nottingham Conference Centre

One to watch – Lot 1

Graham Penny’s Nottingham auction ties in with the East Midlands Landlord Expo (details of which can be found here). There are 54 lots in this auction with one of the standouts being Lot 1, a semi detached house in Aspley requiring improvement, at a guide of just £65,000.

View the full auction listings here.

Savills – 14th May @ Nottingham Racecourse

One to watch – Not yet announced

The lots for Savills May auction have not yet been announced. You can register with them to be notified as soon as they are published here.

WA Barnes – 14th May, 3pm @ The Towers, Botany Avenue, Mansfield

One to watch – Lot 5

Following the Savills auction you may want to have a drive up the A60 to Mansfield for the WA Barnes auction. You tend to find you’ll get more property for your pennies than in the centre of Nottingham.

There are 17 lots in this North Nottinghamshire auction. Our pick is Lot 5 a detached bungalow in Selston.

Download the auction catalogue here.

Wallace Jones – 20th May, 7pm @ The Holiday Inn, Bostocks Lane, Sandiacre

One to watch – Not yet announced

Wallace Jones are one of the quiet auctioneers in the sense they don’t advertise too heavily. Those local will know that they always turn up some gems. Their lots are still being compiled however there are a handful to view on their website here.

There are also a few national auctions which are listing properties in Nottinghamshire. Namely Countrywide on the 29th April (Lots 102, 106, 120 and 125) and William H Brown on the 30th April (Lots 8 and 11).

Remember – always do your due diligence when buying at auction and have your solicitor read through the legal pack prior to auction. Make sure you yourself take a look at any amendments on the day.

Sometimes properties are put into auction for a reason (subsidence & japanese knotweed) so have a professional survey done if you are unsure.

Finally, if buying with a mortgage make sure you are armed with a decision in principle from a lender as you only have a short window in which to complete the purchase. Bridging finance can be useful but is an expensive option. Make allowances when carrying out your analysis.

Best of luck and happy bidding.