Fixer-uppers are now the most in demand homes

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In the ever-changing property world, fixer-uppers have always been the favourites for property investors looking to turn a profit. Recently however, they have captured the imaginations of first-time buyers and are now the most in-demand property type according to Rightmove. Auction has always been a prime place to find hidden gems with loads of potential for bargain prices - so whether you're a first-time buyer looking for a cheaper property to get on the ladder or a seasoned investor looking to grab a bargain to sell or rent out, here are four exceptional fixer-uppers available for sale by auction: 


81 Dalaruan Street, Campbeltown, Argyll

1 bed bungalow | Guide price: £37,000+

Going to online auction on the 14th of November, this fantastic refurbishment project offers a fantastic opportunity to add massive value. On completion of works, BTL investors could enjoy potential rental income of approximately £374 per calendar month. The property would equally be great as a holiday home/rental. Click here for more information. 


36 Creel Road, Cove, Aberdeen

3 bed house | Guide price: £110,000+

If you're looking for something a bit easier to renovate, take a look at this mid terrace home in Aberdeen that's going to online auction on the 21st of November. The property features two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, and would make an excellent family home for someone looking to buy cheaper and renovate as they go. Click here for more information. 


Avonlea, Main Street, Leven, Fife

4 bed bungalow | Guide price: £129,000+

This wonderful development/building opportunity is heading to livestream auction on the 14th of December. The unfinished four-bedroom detached bungalow is an ideal investment for a developer looking for an exciting project. Once complete, it would make an ideal rental property or holiday let. Click here for more information. 


5 Clydesdale Buildings, Argyll Street, Lochgilphead

1 bed flat | Guide price: £39,000+

This traditional tenement flat has great potential to add value on completion of works, priced at 29% less than the Home Report value of £55,000. There is a shared garden to the rear of the building. The flat is well located for amenities, with Lochgilphead’s shops and cafés just a short walk away. Click here for more information. 

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