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Interesting Allsop auction results:

"This sale was a very different experience to that of September. From the start, bidding was confident and fluid."

"I think a major reason for this success was the quality of stock in the catalogue. There was a great selection of really interesting property, a lot of it introduced by our expanding insolvency team. Many of these were larger value lots which presented exciting opportunities to buyers with an appetite for a challenge."

In other words, stuff priced to sell is shifting. Before the auction a lot of guide prices were dropped.

Looking at the auction results, many more properties than usual went around the guide price (in London at least). This looks like capitulation to me.

http://www.auction.co.uk/residential/home.asp?JP=PR&MID=122068&Z=1328&A=642

Note the mention of the "expanding" insolvency team.

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Interesting Allsop auction results:

In other words, stuff priced to sell is shifting. Before the auction a lot of guide prices were dropped.

Looking at the auction results, many more properties than usual went around the guide price (in London at least). This looks like capitulation to me.

http://www.auction.co.uk/residential/home.asp?JP=PR&MID=122068&Z=1328&A=642

Note the mention of the "expanding" insolvency team.

That's the line that matters and says it all.

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