Bond Wolfe Auctions offers residential properties with guide prices as low as £9,000 and £14,000 in the Black Country
If you are considering buying property at auction, there are properties across the Black Country to suit every pocket at Bond Wolfe Auction’s upcoming event at Aston Villa Football Ground on Thursday 9 May.
New house-hunters and those building up their own buy-to-let portfolios have a chance of picking up bricks and mortar for a fraction of normal prices when scores of lots from across the region go under the hammer.
A selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes, and everything from penthouse apartments to detached houses feature in the auction brochure, with guide prices* as low as £9,000 and £14,000 for one home.
This is for a four bedroomed mid terraced house at 35 Audlem Walk, in the Park Village area of Wolverhampton, while at 9 Cardiff Street a three bedroomed, mid-terraced house carries a guide price of between £19,000 and £24,000.
Also in Wolverhampton, two homes up for sale in Merridale Street West illustrate the range of properties available at the auction, with number 166 a two bedroomed, mid terraced house with a guide price of £46,000+, while number 139 is another two bedroomed, mid-terraced house with a guide price of just £14,000 to £19,000.
Meanwhile, a two bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 54 Norfolk Road in Wolverhampton carries another low guide price of £14,000 to £19,000.
Many of these homes need of refurbishment and improvements, but at a fraction of the cost of the average new home – more than £226,000 according to the government’s UK House Price Index – they are sure to tempt those with DIY skills.
In Walsall, 40 Wye Road is a three bedroomed semi with a guide price of just £14,000 to £19,000, while in West Bromwich, a two bedroomed, end-terraced house at 19 Oak Lane has a guide price of just £10,000 to £15,000.
Ian Tudor, managing director at Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “This latest catalogue is a very good example of why auctions have become so popular. Our busy auction room is building a reputation as a hotbed of opportunities and we are expecting another great auction with some strong bidding.”
Bond Wolfe Auctions was launched earlier this year by a team with over 250 years of experience. The first auction on 13 March at Villa Park saw a total of £16.7 million raised from the sale of 103 properties.
The next auction takes place at 10.30am on Thursday, 9 May, looking at buying property at auction click here to see all the properties on offer.
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