July 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;7/22/2006, Issue 629, p88
Trade Publication
The article presents an update on real property auctions in Great Britain. Andrews & Robertson managing director Andrew Smith recalls how he dealt with some disruptive protestors when his company started to offer a number of squatted residential properties on behalf of Lambeth council. South Tyneside used the Houses in Multiple Occupation scheme to deal with rogue landlords. The sales generated by McHugh & Co. from the lots it offered in July 2006 reached £10.5 million despite a decrease in success rate.


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