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Martin Roberts, Martel Maxwell and Dion Dublin uncover the various tricks of the property auction trade.
A semi in Claygate in Surrey, a terrace in Willenhall in the West Midlands and a bungalow in Ashton on Ribble in Lancashire are all sold under the hammer.
It is a family affair as a father and son develop a terrace in Lancashire, a mum and daughter work on a three-storey building in the West Midlands and two brothers develop a flat in Gravesend in Kent.
A stone house in Abercynon in South Wales, a two bed semi in West Bromwich and a first floor maisonette in London's Neasden are sold under the hammer. Some of the projects don't go according to plan, including one that stretches over five years.
Terrace houses in Walthamstow in London and Dover in Kent as well as a three-bed semi in Epping in Essex with a lovely countryside view are all sold under the hammer. All three properties need major renovation and reworking, but will there be room for profit after all the money is spent?
A former bank in Nuneaton in Warwickshire is given the wow factor, and developers also work hard to transform properties in Wolverhampton and Stoke.
A couple of semis in Lower Gornal in the West Midlands and Gillingham in Kent are all sold under the hammer, as is a large commercial building in Ebbw Vale in Wales. Martin, Dion and Martel follow progress as the developers get to work.
A house in London's Plaistow, a shell of a home in Little Plumpton in Lancashire and a two-bedroom flat in Blythe Bridge in Stoke-on-Trent are all sold under the hammer. All the developers have bought them for investment, but will any of them make any money?
Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell visit a house in London's Plaistow, a shell of a property in Lancashire, and a flat in Stoke-on-Trent as they are sold at auction.
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