A tale of two venues for Harman Healy

June 2005
EG: Estates Gazette;6/4/2005, Issue 522, p114
Trade Publication
Reports on the auctions held by the commercial and residential divisions of Harman Healy at different venues in Great Britain in May 2005. Reason for organizing the auctions at two separate venues according to commercial auctioneer Felix Rigg; Total proceeds posted by the two sales; Commercial and residential properties sold during the auctions.


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