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  • Auction Tribe

    Pugh auctions

    Hi

    I was interested to bid for one of the above auctions in Midlands but the auctioneer Pugh is only allowing 15 mints to view the propety and also not allowing building server to visit the property to check the condition.

    Has anyone come with this situation and hiwvto deal with it.. Aldo any reviews of Pugh auctions as never dealt with them in past.

    Thanks for your responses.

    Regards

    Waz

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    My experience (SDL Graham Penny, Alsopp, Bernard Marcus and Pugh) all operate on a similar basis viewings are on specific days and times  some last 15 mins others 30 mins. Most of the ones I have attended last 30 mins. They are held either once or twice a week, if its a property I am particularly interested in,  I will attend multiple times and am their before they open the property and usually the last to leave.. If their is anything I am unsure of I will ask my builder to come with me.

    My experience is, no matter how much you look at a property theirs always something you didn't expect that crops up, under floor boards, behind plasterboard etc.

    Because I always buy renovation projects I prefer my builder to view rather than a surveyor, he has a much better idea of costs/ Timescale/ work involved.

    By nature I am too cautious to buy without having conducted multiple viewings and knowing exactly what I am going to do with the property and costs.


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    Hi Waz,

    This is very common with the vast majority of property viewings being done in block viewings. Builders and surveyors are very welcome at any viewings though, the auctioneers are understandably just not practically able to accommodate viewings outside of these set times. Hopefully you can find someone that can attend one of the available time slots for viewing with you. 

    Here is a guide to viewing a property with tips on what to look out for: https://www.eigpropertyauctions.co.uk/new...d-look-out

    I've just had a look at our website and we are currently showing over 500 lots available in the East & West Midlands area being offered by 30 Auctioneers, so this may help in your research if you're looking for comparable values etc, you can view this information at: https://www.eigpropertyauctions.co.uk/search



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