Harman Healy gets the cream with Devon lot

Cavanagh, Elaine
October 2005
EG: Estates Gazette;10/1/2005, Issue 539, p113
Trade Publication
This article reports that a small bank in Devon, England produced Harman Healy Commercial's strongest yield at its September 2005 sale. The property, let to HSBC and producing £11,500 pa, was guided at £200,000 to £210,000 and sold for £233,000. The sale raised around £13 million and achieved a success rate on the day of 76%. Post activity then took the figures to £14 million and 79%. Auctioneer Felix Rigg said the day was a story of packages. And the catalogue featured portfolios from Provence, Wine Seller and Forbuoys--the latter achieving a yield band of at worst 6.3% and at best 5.6%.


Related Articles

  • Overoptimism hits Harman Healy sale.  // EG: Estates Gazette;7/22/2006, Issue 629, p87 

    The article reports on the results of the Harman Healy Commercial's midsummer auction held in England. Less than half of the catalogue sold at the auction. Based on a review of the performance of the auction conducted by auctioneer Felix Rigg, a number of sales rates dropped. One of the lots...

  • Harman Healy sells biggest-ever lot...but residential buyers hold back.  // EG: Estates Gazette;11/13/2004, Issue 446, p124 

    Focuses on Harman Healy Commercial's auction in London, England in November 2004. Value of Oliver Child's lot, 2 Carlos Place; Information on the investment sold by principal auctioneer Felix Rigg; Percentage of lots that were offered at the auction.

  • Shops gloom for Harman Healy. Maxwell, Estelle // EG: Estates Gazette;3/4/2006, Issue 609, p164 

    Highlights the first real property auction of Harman Healy Commercial in Great Britain in 2006. Percentage of lots offered that were sold; Reason behind the disappointment of auctioneer Felix Rigg on the outcome of the auction; Sales rate of the Harman Healy Residential.

  • Harman Healy soldiers on. Jenkins, Samantha // EG: Estates Gazette;10/2/2004, Issue 440, p124 

    Provides information on commercial lots auctioned by Harman Healy Commercial in Great Britain, as of October 2004. Impact of the lending criteria of banks on the sale of lots of a lesser quality; Factors that led to the sale of a Woolsworth investment in Eign Gate, Hereford; Key element that...

  • MARKET PLACE.  // EG: Estates Gazette;7/1/2006, Issue 626, p75 

    The article covers issues related to the real property market in Great Britain. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has launched guidelines to reduce conflict over service charges. Harman Healy Commercial is selling the Old Brew House in Kent, England.

  • AUCTION RESULTS.  // EG: Estates Gazette;2/3/2007, Issue 705, p76 

    The article presents information on the results of several real estate auctions in England as of February 2007. A freehold semi-detached former hall in Derbyshire that was arranged as restaurant was auctioned by Harman Healy Commercial. A free hold terrace house in Lancashire was auctioned by...

  • Fear hits Harman Healy. Cavanagh, Elaine // EG: Estates Gazette;7/23/2005, Issue 529, p84 

    Reports on the effects of the bombings in London, England's subway transportation system in July 2005 on the real property auction hosted by Harman Healy Commercial. Factors that contributed to the decline in number of attendees; Total proceeds of the auction; Properties sold in the event.

  • Bidders gulp down Harman Healy lots.  // EG: Estates Gazette;4/17/2004, Issue 416, p87 

    Reports on the package of off-license sale and leasebacks from Wine Cellar sold at the auction of Harman Healy Commercial in London, England. Average yield of the off-licenses; Remarks of auctioneer Felix Rigg on the yield.

  • Harman Healy Commercial hits it big.  // EG: Estates Gazette;6/12/2004, Issue 424, p124 

    Reports on the property auction by Harman Healy Commercial in London, England in June 2004. Amount of sales; Price of the retail and office building sold during the auction; Description of the property in Charlton Park Lane; Number of lots sold at the auction.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics