Pattinson drops South East sale as Bulgarian lots fail to excite

October 2009
Estates Gazette;10/3/2009, Issue 939, p69
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The article reports that the failure of Newcastle, England-based auction house Pattinson to generate interest from buyers has forced to cancel its real property auction devoted to properties in South East England. Pattinson's chairman, Keith Pattinson has confirmed that the South East auction has been put on hold due to insufficient level of marketing. The real property auction is set to offer 19 lots and was due to be held at the London Wasps Rugby Club in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England on September 24, 2009.


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