Ed­dis­ons auc­tion sees high de­mand

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

ED­DIS­ONS sold 108 (81.2 per cent) of the 133 lots of­fered at its first three day sale of the year, gen­er­at­ing to­tal pro­ceeds of over £11.2m.

Tony Web­ber of Ed­dis­ons says: “This was an ex­cel­lent to start our 2014 auc­tion cam­paign and continues the pos­i­tive trend we saw to­wards the end of last year. De­mand was high for lots in all cat­e­gories which meant that the bid­ding was com­pet­i­tive.”

Among the high­lights was a ten­anted cot­tage in Esholt, near Ship­ley, pro­duc­ing in­come of £6,600 per an­numm. It sold for £201,000. A for­mer tex­tile mill in Halifax which has plan­ning con­sent for 56 res­i­den­tial units sold for £170,000. Ed­dis­ons’ next Leeds sale takes place on April 10.


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