PROPERTY auctions held by a Huddersfield estate agency firm raised more than £4m during 2011.
Boultons, which has town centre premises at John William Street, held five collective sales last year at the Galpharm Stadium, which raised £4.27m.
Some 78% of the 60 lots on offer – almost eight out of 10 – found buyers. The average selling price was in excess of £90,000.
The lowest priced lot was a small piece of land with expired planning permission at Lowerhouses while the highest priced was a former mill owner’s house in Skelmanthorpe, which made £248,500.
Boultons’ Raymond Butterworth said the results were “not bad” given the difficult economic times.
Boultons’ first auction of 2012 will take place on February 23.