Clive Emson Auctioneers was founded in 1989 to supply a high profile auctioneering facility to corporate and independent estate agents, private clients and statutory bodies. Our success is due to, and remains, attributable to a firm commitment to quality and service distinguished by both our Investors in People and ISO accreditations.
The concept of the Company is to provide a specialist land and property auctioneering service and, therefore, does not compete with the traditional estate agency, mortgage broking, insurance or any other aspect of the property world. All properties upon which we are instructed are offered for sale in the auction catalogue.
The 20-25,000 full colour catalogues produced for each of our auctions are available either by post or through a network of over 850 estate agency outlets throughout Southern England. Our marketing is supported by more estate agency offices than any other auctioneers practice.
Clive Emson will hold its biggest online auction to date on 6 May, in response to the pandemic lockdown. The regional auctioneer will offer 64 lots, covering southern England, the West Midlands and South Wales.
Here at Clive Emson Auctioneers, we offer both live auctions and online auctions, deciding which is better for you comes down to several factors, so let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each auction type to help you decide on your plan of action.
Clive Emson Auctioneers run high-profile specialist land and property auctions across the country, in some of the most popular UK locations. Therefore, we have offices across the country – each placed to best serve the local area quickly and efficiently.
We are now inviting entries for the October/November auction. If you would like to arrange an auction
Here at Clive Emson Auctioneers, we often get properties that don’t match the norm, but these are usually on land, not this time! At our Hampshire and Isle of Wight auction on 13 September a Napoleonic Fort will be going to auction, yes you read that correctly, a Napoleonic Fort constructed in the 1860s will be going under the hammer.
Here at Clive Emson, we auction all types of properties and land, from converted barns to urban apartments, blocks of garages to acres of woodland. One particular area we specialise in is commercial properties and we’ve got some absolute gems at our July auctions, here we’ve picked out three highlights!
Its often said that the English language is all about learning you’re A, B & C’s, whilst minding your P’s & Q’s! Auctioneer Kevin Gilbert has progressed a little further putting various letters together to form some of his favourite words…’going, going, gone!’. The sellers of the former St Christopher’s School in Canterbury are hoping to hear those mortal words for themselves
The last two days of last week were rather glowing with stardust in one way or another. On Thursday afternoon I drove to Birmingham Town Hall for a Charity Auction as part of a glittering Gala Dinner on behalf of Baby Lifeline – The Mother and Baby Charity. The seasoned Radio and TV broadcaster Nick Owen hosted the event with Guest Speaker.
It’s been another great month for buyers and sellers at our auctions across the South East. There were many big sales at our five auctions, here we highlight a few from our Kent and South East London auction that took place at the Clive Emson Conference Centre in Maidstone on 12 June…