Allsop sale raises £56m

Haxwell, Estelle
February 2008
EG: Estates Gazette;2/23/2008, Issue 807, p107
Trade Publication
The article reports on the £56 million raised by Allsop Residential with the sale of 88% of 415 lots in 2008 in England. According to auctioneer Gary Murphy, repossessed sales represented 38% of the catalogue and over 90% of repossessions sold. He also comments on the status of the property market. It presents some of the best performers in the auction which included a former community and education center with potential for residential development in Clapham.


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