Online Only Bidding

Our Commercial and Residential Auctions in March and April will now be held exclusively online

Before you can be approved to bid online you must Register to Bid with us if you have not already done so. In addition, once you have received your Allsop Approval to remote bid you will then need to register on our online bidding platform to create a new account.

Please note we will require registrations and cleared funds by no later than the following dates:

Commercial Sale – Friday 27th March by 5pm – If you have missed the deadline please continue to apply to bid and we will do everything possible to try and enable you to bid.

Residential Sale – Tuesday 31st March by 5pm

Allsop is not obliged to accept late bids.

Please note that all the normal Allsop Auction Conditions of Sale, together with the Terms for Remote Bidders apply. In all cases, please ensure that you have seen any relevant addendum which appears on the lot page.

Apply to Remote Bid Commercial Auction

Apply to Remote Bid Residential Auction


Click here for our Remote Bidding Terms and Conditions

You will need to create a separate online bidding account.

Once you have received your Allsop Approval to remote bid you will then need to register on our online bidding platform to create a new account. We will send you details of how to do this in our confirmation email.

Once this additional account has been confirmed we will send to you the relevant auction day bidding link.

Please note that each of the three auction days has a separate entry link. Relevant links will be emailed to you:

31st March - Commercial | 2nd April - Residential Day One (Lots 1-157) | 3rd April - Residential Day two (lots 158-285)

How to bid online

If you have the necessary approval to bid, simply login to the online platform using the link you have been sent (separate link for each of the 3 auction days) and navigate to the lot you wish to bid on

A pink bidding box will appear automatically, asking you to log in with your online bidding platform details (not your normal Allsop log in). Click 'Log in and bid'.

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Once logged in, the bidding pop up will update to state that the Auction has begun, allowing you to place your bid.

At this stage you have two options:

Set a Maximum Bid

Click the plus sign ‘+’ multiple times and set a maximum bid by clicking ‘Set Max Bid’. This will allow the system to bid on your behalf automatically up to the amout you have set.

Bid by pre set increments by clicking ‘+’ and ‘Place instant bid’.

Online Bidding FAQs

Can I use the same login as Allsop account to login into the online bidding platform?

No you will need to ensure you have registered on our online bidding platform and created an account. You will then be able to log in and bid on the day.

Do I need to be logged into the Allsop account to bid?

You do not need to be logged into our Allsop website but you must be logged into our Online bidding platform.

If I enter details I think are right but can’t login, who deals with this? You will be able to re-set a password or create a new account which will allow you to bid. Please try these options before contacting Allsop.

What will the bidding screen look like?

The bidding screen will appear on the right of the lot page, it is a pink pop up.

Can I bid on multiple lots?

You can bid on Multiple lots only if you have received approval from Allsop to do so

If I’m bidding on consecutive lots, will I have time?

You will have time, our online bidding platform will extend and the subsequent lot will not close until at least one minute after the preceeding lot closes.

I can’t see the ‘Go to next lot’ button?

You can minimise the Bidding pop up by clicking on the blue ‘Bid Now’ icon, this will allow you to see the Go to next lot button

How do I minimise/close the bidding screen?

You can minimise and close the Bidding pop up by clicking on the blue ‘Bid Now’ icon

I’ve logged in, where is the bidding screen?

Navigate to the lot(s) you wish to bid on and you will see the Pink Bidding pop up

How will I know I am the successful bidder and next steps?

The bidding pop up will tell you that you are the winning bidder and you will receive an email notification as well.

How will I know if I am not the successful bidder?

The bidding pop up will tell you that you are not the winning bidder and you will receive an email notification as well.

If the property doesn’t sell – can I make an offer and if so what do I do?

You can, please contact the Allsop Contact on the Particulars page

Before the Auction - FAQs

Do I need to register to bid before the auction?

Yes. If you are intending to bid on a property at any of our auctions you will need to be pre-approved to bid before the sale. All checks required by current anti money laundering legislation must be satisfactorily completed as part of this process before prior approval to bid will be given. Please follow the link on each lot particulars page in order to register.

Approval to bid can take some time to be granted. We aim to grant approval within two working days of receipt of the registration details. Please allow plenty of time before the sale date to register.

I want to bid on more than one lot - do I need separate forms? No, you can add multiple lots to your online registration/application to bid remotely.

Can I bid by phone? No, for our March auctions we will not be offering a phone bidding service and will only take bids online.

Can I bid by proxy? No, for our March auctions we will not be offering a proxy bidding service and will only take bids online.

What is online bidding? This is where registered bidders make bids online during the live auction.

Payment of deposit monies and buyer’s fees by bank transfer/debit card Once your registration and the necessary anti money laundering checks have been satisfactorily completed (normally within two working days of receipt), we will ask you for the deposit monies and Buyer’s fees. You can pay these monies via bank transfer/debit card. We will give you details of our Client Account (or contact you for debit card payments) to enable funds to be transferred.

What is the difference between the bidder and the buyer? The bidder is the person actually making the bids for the property. The buyer is the party that will actually be named on the contract and will be obliged to complete the transaction. The bidder may be the agent for the buyer, or the bidder and the buyer may be the same. The bidder is liable for the property purchase should the buyer fail to complete.

What ID do I need to supply if I am not a UK resident? All non UK residents should supply the required ID but we will require certified copies of the ID documents.