By Emanuele Midolo2018-05-17T17:22:00
Savills raised £30m at its latest national auction on 9 May, £12m less than at the equivalent sale last year.
It sold 108 of the 149 lots offered, representing a 73% success rate, compared with 71% of the 164 lots offered at last year’s May auction.
Despite the lower result year on year, Chris Coleman Smith, Savills’ head of auctions, said it was a “good sale with competitive bidding on many lots”.
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