In this EG podcast, we will compare and contrast the temperature of the auctions market with the private treaty market. The investment market cooled in 2022, with global and political events having a significant impact on deals. However, the auction market has continued to grow. We will examine how much went through the auction houses in 2022, explore buyer types and discuss why auctions are more recession-proof than private treaty. We will also give you predictions for 2023.
McClary has almost 20 years’ experience in real estate and business journalism, covering a wide range of topics. Alongside making sure EG delivers the best, most helpful, most accurate and, of course, most interesting content to EG’s readership across all platforms – print, online and audio – she also plays a leading role in enabling and delivering a more diverse environment for the real estate community through EG’s REWIRE and tech initiatives. A keen chair and regular wearer of too bright trousers, she seeks to help keep panel discussions and events lively with audience participation and insightful questioning
Head of sales, 574
Mason heads up 574, Lambert Smith Hampton’s online sales platform, which is pioneering a new route to market for commercial property that offers the finality and transparency of an auction sale alongside the flexibility of private treaty.
Auction finance director, Together
Hendry is auction finance director at specialist lender Together. For almost 20 years, he has brought on and developed relationships with some of the UK’s largest auction houses and worked with property investors up and down the country. Hendry prides himself on being available to clients around the clock, always being on hand to offer help and advice and focuses on providing clients with a high-quality service that fits their individual circumstances. He previously worked for one of the UK’s largest high street banks and uses his three decades of experience to identify and implement niches for clients that Together auction finance can offer.
Director for capital markets, Lambert Smith Hampton
Wood is the director for capital markets at Lambert Smith Hampton.