Luck in Property? Time to make your own through perseverance! Paul Ribbons | Property Investor & Mentor
It’s strange how things work out.
Whilst I was writing recently about which auctions to avoid, I should have mentioned that while they can cause problems for the seller (which is what I usually am), if you are a buyer this can sometimes present you with an opportunity.
We sometimes buy in auction but only if the circumstances are right. I never know where my next deal is coming from and it was a December auction that provided it.
One of the country’s largest auctioneers (not necessarily the best) had an auction in December and those of you that follow my articles may remember that I try and avoid selling via auction at this time of year, because if there is a weakness in the property or in how it is marketed then it will be worse for the sale.
I received information from one of my Mentees Martin Burt about a property that had not sold on 6th December. It was in my area and when looking into the details it was apparent that the auctioneer had got it wrong. The guide price was too high and had not attracted any interest. Couple that with the fact it looked too good for auction and hey presto you have a property that does not sell.
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