Ways to bid at auction
Online - Telephone - Proxy
Our live-streamed online property auctions offer potential purchasers the opportunity to bid online, by telephone or proxy giving you total flexibility to bid from anywhere in the world.
Please watch our videos below for more information about the different ways to bid, or if you would like to register for our next property auction, please click here.
You instruct the auctioneer to bid up to your maximum pre-set amount on your behalf. Your bid is confidential between you and the auctioneers and will not be disclosed to anyone else. The auctioneer will bid on your behalf in accordance with the other bids, so you can still get the property for less than your top bid.
You can keep up-to-date with the bidding by watching the auction live, and we will let you know the outcome at our earliest opportunity.
Please note, you can place a proxy bid on as many properties as you wish, but you must be prepared to purchase all of them. If you want to bid on several lots but only buy one (in case your first bid is not successful), then you will need to opt to bid by telephone or internet. Please click here to register for remote bidding.
You can bid on up to 10 properties by phone and you will need to be available on the day of the auction for us to contact you.
A member of our auction team will give you a call when we get to the lot(s) you are interested in and bid as per your instructions over the phone. You do not need to call us on auction day, and if you are bidding on several lots we will call you as and when we get to each lot. Please click here to register for remote bidding.
We also have the option to bid through a secure area on our website. You will be able to see the bidding live and place your bid accordingly, click here for a guide to internet bidding.
Please note, you will need to create an Auction Passport account (also used to read the legal packs which we recommend you do before bidding). Please ensure you register with the same email address you provide to us for the system to identify you. If you don’t follow these important steps you won’t be able to bid.
Once we have processed your application and approved you to bid, you will receive an email from passport@eigroup with further instructions. If you already have an Auction Passport account or once you have created an account, you will also need to agree to the terms & conditions. You should then be ready to log in to bid on the auction day. Please click here to register for remote bidding or click here to log in to bid.
Please note that Bond Wolfe cannot be held responsible for internet/connection/communications problems which stop you from being able to bid for any of our auction properties.
For proxy, telephone and internet bidding you must pre-register to bid providing the name, address, date of birth and contact details for yourself and each party involved in the transaction. You must also register your debit card details and complete an anti-money laundering (AML) check before being authorised to bid.
As with any traditional auction, if you are successful, your purchase will be legally binding, and you will exchange contracts on the fall of the gavel. A member of our staff will sign the contract/special conditions of sale on your behalf in accordance with the remote bidding terms and conditions.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have completed all of your pre-auction checks which should include viewing the property, reading the legal pack (which can include costs in addition to the purchase price), checking the addendum for any changes to the catalogue, reading the important information, common auction conditions and remote bidding terms and conditions as well as arranging a survey and your finances (if applicable).