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Martin Roberts, Martel Maxwell and Dion Dublin uncover the various tricks of the property auction trade.
The team look at a couple of terraces in Caerphilly in Wales and Bootle in Merseyside, as well as an ambitious project to develop a large former mill in Stoke-on-Trent. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell talk to the new owners and follow progress on the developments which take anything from a few months to several years to complete.
A new baby, a wedding and brothers in law working together for the first time make today's show a real family affair. Their projects are in Brierley Hill in the West Midlands, Aveley in Essex and Llansamlet near Swansea. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow progress on the large semi detached houses and small studio flat.
A three-bed town house in Staleybridge in Cheshire, a maisonette in Barnet in Hertfordshire and an end terrace in West Bromwich in the West Midlands complete with a potential building plot are all sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell talk to the new owners to hear their plans, which will take between a few weeks and several years to come together.
A period property in Copley in County Durham is sold at auction, as are terraces in Treherbert in Wales and Swinton in Yorkshire. Two are bought by people who want to turn them into their homes, while another sees profit potential in doing it up and selling it on. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow their progress.
The new owner of a semi in Faversham in Kent is faced with security issues, while in Liverpool someone buys a piece of land knowing it's unlikely it can be built on. But perhaps the biggest challenge is with a flat in a block in Walworth in London, which is bought despite the fact that it might be demolished. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the auction-buy developments.
A run-down Victorian terrace in Walthamstow, a piece of land in Bury in Greater Manchester and a Victorian pub in the historic mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog in Wales are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Dion and Martel talk to the new owners and hear what they hope to achieve with their auction buys. But as the months and years pass, it is clear that not everything goes to plan.
Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow progress on projects stretching just a few months to six years, as three sets of families take on ambitious plans to sort out property in Congleton in Cheshire, Coalburn in Lanarkshire and Kings Lynn in Norfolk.
Martel Maxwell meets a developer who plans to add value to a studio flat in Handley, while there is an update on a period house in Birkhamsted which Lucy first saw in 2015, and Martin Roberts chats to a mum and her son who buy two flats in a Victorian house in Bootle in Merseyside.
They all want to make money from their auction investments, and for some the projects run smoothly, while one set of developers have to jump over lots of hurdles to get their project finished.
A terraced house in Wigton in Cumbria, a studio flat in Purley in Surrey and a former working men's club, with planning permission, in Cannock in Staffordshire are sold under the hammer. The team take a look and hear plans from the new owners.
A huge office space above a bank in Tring in Hertfordshire, a terraced house in Ashton-under-Lyne in Lancashire and a semi in Ambergate in Derby are sold under the hammer. The team check out the auction buys and talk to the new owners, who hope to create lovely new homes while making a profit.
Dion visits a two-bed terrace in Salford, Martel goes to Derbyshire to look at a three-bed semi, and Martin is in south London, where a one-bedroom flat is the order of the day. The team want to know whether the renovations of these auction properties have gone to plan or if the owners have bitten off more than they can chew.
Martin is on the Dorset coast finding out whether a six-year journey will result in the perfect home for a young couple. Martel is in Greater Manchester where a mid-terrace is in need of some TLC, and Dion is in Ellesmere Port, where a first-time renovator is tackling a three-bed semi.
Martel Maxwell visits a property in Birmingham with some mesmerising wallpaper and a south Wales house that has her dancing with joy, while Dion Dublin is in Liverpool to see a place that has him a bit confused.
Martin Roberts visits a property in Shropshire, Martel Maxwell is in Cumbria and Dion Dublin in Derby. Will the new owners of these auction properties prosper, or will the renovations prove too hard to handle?
A trio of properties all bought without viewing ahead of the auction are all sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell talk to the new owners in West Bromwich, Leeds and Croydon to discover if any of them regret their buys.
Martel Maxwell is in Cumbria visiting a former chip shop, Martin Roberts is in London looking at a one-bedroom flat, and Dion Dublin comes across a plot of land in Greater Manchester. This varied trio of auction lots are all ripe for reinvention, but what will they become?
Lucy Alexander visits a maisonette over three floors in Crystal Palace, London. Martel Maxwell is in Leeds where a troublesome tree is causing issues at a three-bed semi, and Dion Dublin is in Doncaster at a characterful cottage in a bad state of repair.
Dion Dublin visits a bungalow in Cheshire being renovated by a couple as their new home, and an old chapel in Dudley ripe for development into flats. Martel Maxwell is in West Yorkshire at an end of terrace, where the new owners have grand plans for a child-friendly development.
Martin Roberts revisits a Derbyshire development project, overseen by a husband and wife team, which he first came across in 2016. Plus Dion Dublin gets a driving test at a Bootle property and Martel Maxwell is near Preston at a detached property with a strange layout.
Martin Roberts is in Croydon, at a basement flat bought by two brothers and Martel Maxwell visits a colourful terrace in Cumbria. Dion Dublin is in Greater Manchester, where a first-time developer has taken on a real challenge.
Martel Maxwell visits properties in Preston and Liverpool in need of renovation. Dion Dublin is in Nottingham to meet a couple with differing views on how their project should go.
Dion Dublin visits a property in Manchester and has some motorised fun with a toy car at a house in Liverpool. Plus the team revisit a London project Lucy Alexander first saw three years previously. It didn't have a roof back then, but it's been worth waiting for the finish.
Martin Roberts is by the seaside in Norfolk, Martel Maxwell encounters a house with no stairs in Lancashire, and Dion Dublin is in Staffordshire at a two-up-two-down with a carpeted bath.
Dion Dublin meets an impressive young developer in Merseyside, Martin Roberts is in Stoke, where a couple have a long-term plan for their renovation, and Martel Maxwell is in Leeds with a first-time developer.
Dion Dublin is in Dover at a property right by the famous white cliffs, Martin Roberts is in the leafy London suburbs of Wood Green, and Martel Maxwell visits a project in Cumbria.
The programme revisits an interesting site in Middlesex that Lucy Alexander first looked at in 2016. Martel Maxwell is in Worcester at a three-bed house, and Dion Dublin sees a tiny basement flat in Liverpool.
Martin Roberts looks around a flat in Pimlico, London, and Martel Maxwell is in Ipswich and Huddersfield visiting properties bought at auction that are in need of renovation.
Martin Roberts is in Tunbridge Wells to see a one-bedroom flat, and Martel Maxwell visits a former supermarket building in Derbyshire and a terrace in Liverpool.
Martin visits a fairly modern two-bedroom flat in Manchester, the programme revisits a property in Bexleyheath, Kent, that was first seen in 2012, and Dion is in Wolverhampton at a semi-detached house.
It's a tale of three mid-terraces, with Martin in Burton upon Trent, Martel in Bromley, Kent, and Dion in Merseyside.
A static caravan is bought for the plot of land it stands on in Dunkirk, Kent. Meanwhile, a semi in Olton in the Midlands and a terrace in South Norwood in London are also sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Lucy Alexander meet the new owners to hear plans for their buys.
It's a family affair as a mother and son develop a house in Knutton in Staffordshire, a father and son work on a one-bedroom flat in London's Cricklewood and a husband-and-wife team take on an ambitious project to make a stonework shop and a brick single-storey former shop one home in Belper in Derbyshire. Martin Roberts and Dion Dublin follow the progress made on their auction buys.
A couple buy an old prefabricated bungalow in Chesterton in Staffordshire and turn it into their forever dream home, while first-time developers in both Sutton in Surrey and Bilston in the West Midlands hope to sell their projects on for profit. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow progress on their auction property buys.
A smart one-bedroom flat in Whitefield in Greater Manchester, a large bungalow bought for an unexpected use in Tipton in Derbyshire and a lovely two-bedroom flat in a Victorian building in London's New Cross are sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell talk to the property developers who hope to make a profit from their auction buys.
A trio of terraces are bought by family property-developing teams to try to make some money. Two brothers want to improve the planning permission in place on a terrace in Borough Green in Kent, while a mum and daughter hope they don't have too much to do on their first investment in Liverpool. And a brother and sister who are seasoned property developers have ambitious plans for a generous end-of-terrace in London's Streatham.
A trio of terraces are sold under the hammer in Carlisle, Forest Gate in London and Walsall in the West Midlands. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the developers' progress as they all try to make a profit on their auction buys.
A one-bedroom flat in Peckham in London, a terraced house in Bilston in the West Midlands and a third-floor flat in Maidstone are sold under the hammer. Some take longer than others with the shortest project turned around in days and the longest stretching nearly three years.
Two sets of fathers and sons, and a seasoned property-developing duo buy and renovate properties in Smethwick in the Midlands, Ramsgate in Kent and Chingford in London. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow their progress to see if anyone can make some money on their auction buys.
Martin catches up with an ambitious development in Tredegar in Wales, while Dion chats to a man who wants to turn a house in Great Barr in the Midlands into his family home and Martel is impressed by a grand six-bedroom terrace in Liverpool.
A two-bedroom flat in Grays in Essex, a stone-built cottage in Lochearnhead in the Highlands of Scotland and a three-bedroom house in Selston in Nottinghamshire are sold under the hammer. Two of the projects run on for several years, but will any of the developers make any money?
A period one-bedroom cottage near Blackwell in Worcestershire, a huge Methodist chapel in Dover in Kent and a three-bedroom end-of-terrace in Bootle on Merseyside are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Dion and Martel follow progress as the new owners get underway to make their dreams a reality.
Developers with a pressing deadline of their own race to refurbish a terraced house in Tylorstown in Wales, a businesswoman buys a former takeaway to help her business and a developer got more than he bargains for when he buys a piece of land on the Isle of Sheppey. Martin, Dion and Martel follow progress as the auction buys are developed.
Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin, Martel Maxwell and Lucy Alexander follow a four-year project to develop land in Maidstone and two swifter developments in Burnley in Lancashire and Meir in Staffordshire. Budgets range from a few thousand to more than a million, but who will turn a profit?
Three properties sold at action take between a month and six and a half years to complete. But is it the semi in Sittingbourne in Kent, the cottage in Landrake in Cornwall or the flat in London's Maida Vale which will deliver its new owner the biggest profits? Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the refurbishment plans.
The bank of mum and dad is used to buy a property in Sidcup in Kent, while seasoned developers in Pontygwaith in south Wales and Leeds snap up properties as investments. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow progress on all the work.
All today's property developments in Plymouth, Treherbert in Wales and Hinckley in Leicestershire take much longer than planned, with projects running a little over a year to eight years to complete. But will any of the developments make their new owners money - Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow progress on their ambitious plans.
The team visit a trio of terraces, with Martin Roberts in Birmingham, Dion Dublin in Bradford and Martel Maxwell going to Dover.
Martin Roberts views a ground-floor flat in London, Martel Maxwell checks out a former commercial unit in Staffordshire, and Dion Dublin is in Birmingham visiting a three-bed semi.
A one-bedroom ground-floor flat in St Margaret's at Cliffe in Kent, a large terrace house in Dalton-in-Furness in Cumbria and a three-bedroom semi in Great Barr in Birmingham are all sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell meet the new owners to hear what they plan for their auction buys.
Martel Maxwell visits a characterful cottage in Saffron Walden, Essex, Dion Dublin checks out a terrace not too far from his old stomping ground in Manchester, and Martin Roberts goes to see a plot of land near Wolverhampton.
Martin Roberts visits a rundown mid-terrace in Dover bought by a plucky first-time developer. Martell Maxwell is in Dudley, West Midlands, viewing an old retail unit, while Dion Dublin is in Manchester looking round a real shell of a building.
Dion Dublin is in Birmingham at a property with one of the smallest kitchens he has come across. Martin Roberts visits a former care home in Penmaenmawr, Wales. Martell Maxwell is in St Helens, Merseyside at a house that seems almost too good to be true.
Two flats in Seaham in Durham, a former bank in Westhoughton near Manchester and a building with a shop and residential space in Surbiton in Surrey are sold under the hammer. The new owners have ambitious plans but soon discover a few twists and turns along the way.
Martin, Dion and Martel follow ambitious property development projects in Brynmawr in Wales, Upchurch in Kent and Stone in Staffordshire. All the projects take longer than planned with one stretching over four years. But who will manage to make a profit from their auction buys?
Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell track the progress of a trio of terraces sold at auction in Grassmoor near Chesterfield, Queenborough in Sheerness, Kent, and St Helens on Merseyside. But who will manage to make a profit from their auction buys?
Martel Maxwell visits a three bed house in Colchester and a one bed flat in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire. Dion Dublin is in Croydon looking around a mid-terrace property.
Martel Maxwell is in her native Scotland looking round a flat in Dumfries, and she also visits a plot of land in Birmingham. Martin Roberts is at a house in Abergavenny, Wales.
Martel Maxwell is in Tipton to revisit a bungalow where there was a renovation plan with a difference. Dion Dublin is in Burnley, Lancashire, to meet an experienced father-and-daughter team, and Martin Roberts is in Lewisham, London, to examine the potential of three flats.
Martel Maxwell visits houses in Liverpool and Carlisle, and Dion Dublin sees a plot of land in Bury.
Martel Maxwell is in Alvaston, Derby to see a three-bed semi, as well as a dingy basement flat in Blackpool with more than it's share of issues to deal with. Dion Dublin visits Liverpool to see a mid-terrace bought by a seasoned developer.
Martin Roberts visits a ground-floor flat in East Croydon, London. Martel Maxwell is in Denholme, West Yorkshire to see a dilapidated old church with plans to turn it into a stunning family home. Dion Dublin travels to Liverpool to explore the potential of a two-bed flat.
Martin Roberts is in London's East Ham, Dion Dublin visits Nottingham to look at a semi-detached house and Martel Maxwell travels to Bradford to explore a terraced house.
Lucy Alexander is in the beautiful Perthshire countryside to see an unusual auction lot with grand plans for two family homes. Martel Maxwell is in Wednesfield in the West Midlands visiting a house badly affected by fire damage, and Dion Dublin is in the Lancashire village of Stacksteads.
Dion Dublin visits an end terrace in Wolverhampton and a slightly unusual cottage in Crewe, Cheshire, where a couple have some grand plans to build a forever family home. Martel Maxwell is in Streatham, London, to see a house with some real potential.
Martin Roberts is in Dover to see a large commercial property with scope to convert partly into residential use. Martel Maxwell visits a house in Orpington, London, which is of non-standard construction, and Dion Dublin is in Liverpool to take a look round a two-bed terrace.
Martin Roberts is in Wimbledon to meet a pair of young developers with big plans for a two-bed house. He also visits a three-bed semi in Birmingham. Dion Dublin is in Bootle, Merseyside, to cast his eye over a two-bed semi-detached house.
Dion Dublin visits a terraced house in Stourbridge in the West Midlands. He is also in Liverpool at a house with some rather eye-catching wallpaper. We also revisit a Grade II listed property in Brentwood, Essex, that Martin Roberts first saw back in 2016.
Martin Roberts is in Willenhall, West Midlands, to see a semi-detached house. Lucy Alexander is at an overgrown plot of land in west London to find out the ambitious plans of the new owner. Dion Dublin is in Liverpool to see a particularly colourful property.
Martel Maxwell is in Burton on Trent to see a commercial space, and in Kent where a couple are returning to property development after taking a few years out. Dion Dublin meets a husband and wife team at a split-level flat in London.
Martin Roberts is in Wigan looking at a charming cottage. Martel Maxwell is in Cumbria meeting a couple taking on their second project. Dion Dublin meets a seasoned developer in Liverpool.
Martin Roberts is in Heslington, a village near York, where he revisits a derelict building where the new owner had some grand plans. Dion Dublin visits Wolverhampton to see a charming bungalow, and Martel Maxwell is in Cardiff to see a first-floor flat.
The programme revisits a detached house in Ashford, Kent, that Lucy Alexander first saw in 2013. Dion Dublin is in Birmingham to see a ground-floor flat bought by a first-time developer, and Martel Maxwell is in Stoke to look at a two-bed terrace with no kitchen or bathroom and an outside toilet.
Martin is in the Kent seaside town of Margate to look at a small flat with a great view. Martel visits a former police station in the Lancashire town of Carnforth, and Dion is just outside Chesterfield to see a property that was of non-standard construction.
Martel is in Bilston, West Midlands, to see a semi-detached house as well as in Chatham, Kent, looking at a mid-terrace over three floors. Martin is in Wales to see a derelict bungalow that turned into a four-year project.
Martin Roberts revists an old church in Denby, Derbyshire, which was being redeveleloped into a family home in 2007. Martel Maxwell looks at a one-bed flat in Milton Regis, Kent.
We go back to check the progress of a fascinating and rather unusual development in Capel-le-Ferne in Kent that Lucy first saw back in 2009. Martin is in Liverpool visiting a mid-terrace house, and Dion is at a characterful cottage in Plaistow, London.
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