Important Information about buying at Auction
To view any of our lots please contact us and we can arrange for one of our agents to book you in to a block viewing.
We strongly recommend that you view the legal pack for the lot you are interested in. Legal packs can be obtained by request, downloaded from our website or they can be viewed on the day in the legal room before the auction for free.
- Our standard Auction Guidance Notes are available to download - Click Here
- Our Common Conditions of Sale are available to download - Click Here
- Our IMPORTANT notice to ALL prospective buyers are available to download - Click Here
Unable to attend the auction?
Although we strongly recommend prospective buyers to attend the sales, we do provide a proxy or telephone bidding service if you are unable to attend to bid personally.
Application forms are available from either the auctioneers office, in the auction catalogue, or they can be downloaded below:
- If you are UNABLE to attend the auction this form will allow you to bid and is available here - Click Here
We do not accept responsibility in the event of failure of either the postal or telephone services.
What happens on the day?
Registering - To bid on the day you must register and obtain a bidding number. This can be done on arrival. You must have with you two forms of ID and proof of funds. Forms are also available in the auction catalogue for you to fill out and bring along.
Auction Room - If you are bidding on the day please make your bids clear to theauctioneer. Your bidding number must be visible.
Fall of the Gavel - The fall of the gavel is considered a legal exchange of contracts.
Contracts & Deposits - If your bid is successful then you will need to sign the contracts and pay the deposit. The completion is expected within 28 days or sooner unless otherwise stated in the special conditions of sale
Please note debit cards are only accepted in South Wales
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