First for Auctions, a leading name in property auctions, is pleased to announce the launch of a new service, now available to all UK estate agents through a partnership arrangement with extended geographic coverage.
This groundbreaking offering enables estate agents to collaborate with First for Auctions and harness the power of property auctions to expedite sales and enhance results.
First for Auctions, with over two decades of experience in property auctions, has a wealth of experience in the auction sector, offering a bespoke approach to every seller. The service is uniquely designed to take sellers and estate agents through the process step by step, ensuring their property has maximum exposure, is priced correctly and is fully ready for auction to maximise the sale price.
Sellers making the big decision to sell want an efficient approach, and often this is technology-driven. But they also want a personal approach – a friendly face, ongoing support and local insight based on experience combined with online portal access to their property.
Daniel Gale said, “Since launching First for Auctions, we have seen incredible results for our sellers. Our model of online-only auctions allows maximum exposure for any property listed; online auctions are extremely popular because of the speed and certainty they offer.”
“People looking to sell their properties have the benefit of support from an experienced property professional who will be there through every step of the process combined with the simplicity of an online experience. I’m looking forward to helping estate agents across the country achieve auction success for their clients.”
The innovative service offers many benefits to estate agents and clients, providing a swift, transparent, cost-effective alternative to traditional sales methods. Estate agents can earn a fee unprecedented in the industry when they refer their clients to the First for Auctions team and sell a property at auction. The nature of the service means estate agents are paid quickly, there are reduced fall-throughs, and with the potential for instructions to exchange in as little as four weeks, agents can offer their clients a faster, more efficient sales process.