Financing Properties at Auctions

Get all the hard to find info on when and where property auctions are taking place - saving you time and hassle.

 

The UK Property Auctions Market gives you everything you need to know to successfully buy UK properties at auction.

 

You'll find out the Insider Information that's been the closely guarded secret of professional property developers - until now.

 

This isn't rocket science. It's simply knowledge of a few basic facts and techniques - the tricks of the trade.

 

This valuable information was learnt the hard way, over the years, through trial and error. But it's now available for normal home buyers to profit from. See London auction properties.

 

No previous experience of auctions, business or property is required. Anyone can benefit regardless of class, colour, age or background.

 

You'll learn how you could easily buy properties for a discount of up to 40%. Let's just be clear what that means: That's a saving of £80,000 on a £200,000 house.

What can you do with an auction property?

Many property developers decide to buy properties at an auction and then develop them from there. This is because it is one of the easiest and cheapest ways of buying property, meaning more profit will be made at the end.

 

First of all, they may acquire auction finance. This is to secure the property as the auction house will require full payment after 28 days. Afterwards, the developer may get in touch with an independent lender to cover all costs.

Once you have been approved, funding will go into your account as soon as possible. Click here.


This could be for materials, workmanship and any other finances that haven't been accounted for.

Read on: Analysis

The crucial test upon which the final acceptance of a project depends is whether or not the IRR compares favourably with the required rate of return. If the required rate of return is 20 per cent both projects qualify.

One of the problems of comparing rates of return on projects is that direct comparisons between two percentages are meaningless unless referred to the initial outlays, so that their true dimensions may be perceived. This problem should never be lost sight of when using IRR percentages.

With more complicated investment problems, for example, those which require... see: Analysis