Next Episode of Homes Under the Hammer is
Season 21 / Episode 26 and airs on 29 June 2017 10:00
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin uncover the various tricks of the property auction trade.
A semi in Folkestone in Kent, a terrace in Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent and a huge detached house in Seascale in Cumbria are all sold at auction.Martin Roberts,Lucy Alexanderand Dion Dublin meet the new owners to hear their plans for their auction buys. The projects take from nine months to five years, but is there any profit for the developers?
A mid-terrace house with period features in Forest Gate in London, a house with a stream but close to a railway line in Handsacre in Staffordshire and a large three-storey property in Plymouth are all sold atauction. Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin meet the new owners to hear their plans for their auction buys.
A third-floor flat in Walworth in London, a piece of land in Derbyshire's Chesterfield and a block of flats in Hengoed in Mid Glamorgan are all sold under the hammer. Martel Maxwell, Martin Roberts and DionDublin meet the new owners, all of whom are faced with unexpected surprises along their property development journey.
Developers tackle three ambitious projects with auction properties needing a lot of work to get them up to scratch. Martel Maxwell visits a house in Guildford, Martin Roberts falls in love with a GradeII-listed house in Torquay in Devon, and Dion Dublin is in Barry in Wales assessing all the work needed on a mid-terrace house. But will the developers' plans run smoothly and will any of them turn a profit.
Martel Maxwell talks to a 20-year-old developer whose fourth property is in Madeley Heath in Staffordshire, while Dion Dublin meets two friends refurbishing a flat in Birkenhead. Martin Roberts talks toidentical twin brothers who have ambitious plans for a listed, derelict fire station in Paisley. Will their plans run smoothly?
A bungalow in Callington in Cornwall, a three-bed semi in Willenhall near Wolverhampton and a terraced house in Hertfordshire's Watford are all sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and MartelMaxwell meet the new owners, and hear their plans for their auction buys. But for one developer there is a hard lesson learned after breaking a golden hammer rule.
Martin Roberts(Martin Roberts)
Lucy Alexander(Lucy Alexander)
Dion Dublin(Dion Dublin)
Jasmine Birtles(Jasmine Birtles)
Marc Woodward(Marc Woodward)
Martel Maxwell(Martel Maxwell)
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