Our rapidly expanding property auction division has opened an office in Manchester – and we have set our sights on growing the business further across the North West.
Our property division is one of the fastest growing property firms in the UK and due to our growing client base across the North West, we have set up a further office in Salford Quays.
With clients ranging from LPA receivers, insolvency practitioners, banks, property companies and private investors, our online property auctions are proving successful having offered more than £135 million through our auctions to date.
Head of property, Property Richard Reed MRICS MNAVA, said: “We are selling more property in the North West than ever before, including one of our biggest auction successes when Trafford Park Hotel in Manchester sold for nearly three times the guide price, so it was evident that we needed a base here.
“We already have a team based in Manchester and will be looking to recruit more chartered surveyors and agents over the next few months. We are looking forward to roll out more property sales in this region over the coming months.”
Our northern hub in Salford Quays is where our property team have taken space within a 6,500 sq ft office complex.
“Richard added: “We are working in partnership with Manchester property entrepreneurs Atif Malik and Ayyaz Ahmad and together making real in-roads in the North West property market.”
Atif Malik has more than 21 years’ property experience and has been working with our property division for the past year.
Atif, who is the ambassador to Ajman government in the United Arab Emirates, said: “John Pye Property is revolutionising the property auction industry. It was the first company to offer property auctions entirely online and as a result are fast becoming one of the leading property auction companies in the country.”
“We have sold a number of properties through the company’s auctions and with great success. What makes the business really unique is that they don’t charge seller fees. The auctions are free to enter, and there are no marketing costs – it’s the future of property auctions.”