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  • Auction Tribe

    Auction insights with Clive Emson Auctioneers



    Clive Emson Auctioneers have been running property auctions for 25 years.

    We were delighted to meet up with Chairman, Clive Emson himself to hear his views on the auction scene, the future of auctions, and tips for property investors buying at auction:



    As Clive mentioned in the interview, the auction house has just launched a new on-line platform powered by Bamboo.

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    Auction House sold the highest number of residential lots in 2016, but Clive Emson had the highest success rate when it comes to percentage sold, industry figures show.

    Figures from the Essential Information Group show that Auction House sold 3,336 lots in 2016, followed by 2,192 sold by Allsop.

    However, it should be noted that Auction House held 207 auctions last year, while Allsop held 13.

    Additionally, Auction House offered 4,292 lots so only sold 77% while Allsop offered 2,679, giving it a success rate of 81%.

    The auctioneer with the highest overall percentage of lot sales was Clive Emson, which has a relatively small market share of 5.1%, selling 883 of 1,057 lots sold in 2016, a success rate of 83.5%.

    Overall, out of 19,236 lots offered, 78.1% sold, coming to 15,018, the EIG data shows.

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