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Burnside Mews Business Park, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, TN39 3LE
Offers Over £900,000View listing
36 Sackville Road, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, TN39 3JE
Offers Over £100,000View listing
Belgrade Business Centre, Northamptonshire, Wellingborough, NN8 2QH
Guide Price*: £3,750,000View listing
106-110 Whitton Road, Hounslow, West London, TW3 2ES
Guide Price*: £1,500,000View listing
24 Cross Road, Feltham, West London, TW13 6QW
Guide Price*: £1,250,000 - £1,500,000View listing
Process of buying commercial property at our auction
Step-1 - Register for an auction
Register to our auction online by clicking on the button at the bottom of this section.
If the auction is not yet live, you will be redirected to fill out a register your interest form which then signs you up to our newsletter. Once the auction is released, you will receive a marketing email from us telling you that our UK commercial property auction lots are now available to browse.
Step-2 - Start the bidding
Once you are fully registered and ready to bid, you’ll need to wait for the auction to officially start.
If the auction has not yet officially started but you have access to view the lots, you’ll be able to see the minimum opening bids, start and end times of specific lots, watch specific lots, and view further details of each lot, prior to it becoming available. Once the lot becomes available to bid, you’ll be able to bid on lots and view the current bid accordingly.
Step 3 - After you place a bid
It is important to remember to have done your own private due diligence on the lot before placing any bid.
Once your bid has been placed and you have the highest bid for the lot, our helpful team at Barney Estates & Auctioneers will privately contact you after the auction has finished in order to walk you through the next steps.Register online
Why choose us for buying UK commercial property
The Barney Estates & Auctioneers team are experts in residential and investment property in London and throughout the UK. With a varied portfolio of land, development opportunities and residential properties, our friendly and experienced team can help you to buy or sell property in today’s fast-paced and dynamic real estate market.
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Why buy UK commercial property at auction
With people looking to buy UK commercial property at auction, either for their own business premises or as an investment to be leased; auctioned bought commercial property can be a desirable asset to buyers as they can potentially find great deals in comparison to traditional methods of commercial property sales. There is generally a wider range of commercial properties on offer at auction, with the process to buy usually being relatively straightforward.
Commercial lots on auction can potentially increase capital assets for your business or investment portfolio via value-add from improvements and change of use, which can potentially help with improving resale values.
With that all said, it is important to remember that buyers should do their own private due diligence checks on properties prior to placing an offer via auction.
Types of UK commercial properties on auction
These are properties that do or may have multiple uses.
Generally, these are properties that are a combination of residential and commercial opportunities; such as a ground floor retail space; such as a shop with residential accommodation such as flats above.
These commercial properties can potentially go to auction with tenants and are particularly attractive due to the scope for development and longer-term rental income.
Unique commercial properties
Unusual and rare properties can potentially sell very quickly and potentially result in high prices due to the unique opportunities and benefits on offer — a price that can potentially exclusively be gained at auction.
Commercial and industrial investments
We have a large database of investors who seek new commercial investments. With our expertise and easy processes to sell and buy, we will be able to attract a wide range of bidders. Commercial properties we have sold include shops, industrial garages and offices.
* Generally speaking Guide Prices are provided as an indication of each seller's minimum expectation, i.e. 'The Reserve'. They are not necessarily figures which a property will sell for and may change at any time prior to the auction. Virtually every property will be offered subject to a Reserve (a figure below which the Auctioneer cannot sell the property during the auction) which we expect will be set within the Guide Range or no more than 10% above a single figure Guide.