IAM Sold is an award winning property auction company offering bespoke white label auction services to Estate Agents across the UK & Ireland. We work with over 2,000 estate agent branches across the country.
We pride ourselves in being friendly, professional and approachable – this helps us to create long term, mutually profitable relationships with our partner agents. It also means that individuals who want to buy or sell property can be confident in receiving a first class customer experience.
We provide the complete auction solution and offer a full scope of auction services ranging from Traditional to the Modern Method of Auction.
For more information you can contact us by clicking here - there is no obligation and no pressure.
As you all know by now, we’re offering one lucky individual from our partner agents the opportunity to win three nights in New York for two people, with £1,000 spending money in our exciting new ‘Christmas Starts in August’ campaign. Last week we discussed Our Top New York City Hotspots to Visit in 2018. This […]Read more
If you haven’t heard already, we’re offering one lucky individual from our partner agents the opportunity to win three nights in New York for two people, with £1,000 spending money in our exciting new ‘Christmas Starts in August’ campaign. For more information contact your Business Development Manager. So, what better way to celebrate your chances […]Read more
Festival season is fast approaching and what better way to celebrate the summer festivities than breaking down the best cities for culture vultures and music fanatics. So, time to take in that well-needed sun, drink a warm beer from your tent and get those wellies nice and moody because this is our Top 5 Places to […]Read more
Spring has arrived (even with the snow) and along with it a huge amount of property planning and investment for some of the UK largest cities as they allow developers to plan new residential developments. However, with exciting new opportunities ahead, there is one leading problem. Little to no affordable housing. Discovered by The Guardian […]Read more