What is an Open House Viewing?

An Open House Viewing is an opportunity for anyone interested in the property to attend, look around and fully inspect it before the auction. The property will be opened by a member of the auctions team, who will then be on hand to answer any questions you may have. We usually run open house sessions for 3 weeks or more prior to the auction as this gives the optimum opportunity for people to attend.

It is important to note the timing of the open house viewing and arrive at the advertised start time. This will allow you adequate time to view the property, as the team member will need to leave promptly at the end time to arrive at their next appointment.

Viewings are conducted entirely at your own risk, and the auctions team cannot be held liable for loss or injury caused while viewing or accessing any property. Due to the nature of some properties, electricity may not be
turned on therefore viewing times are restricted. Viewers will also have to bring their own lighting/ladders if wanting to inspect cupboards, cellars, and roof spaces.