What do the different terms mean?
The property was sold under the hammer on auction day, or by 5pm the next working day.
The property was sold prior to the scheduled auction day. This is usually when a pre-auction offer has been accepted, the auction is brought forward and the property is sold to the highest bidder.
Any sale later than 5pm the next working day after the auction.
The property did not sell under the hammer on auction day. There may or may not have been people bidding. If there were bidders, the reserve price set by the vendor was not met and the property did not sell under the hammer. The property might still be available, so if you are interested you should speak to the listing salesperson.
The property did not sell under the hammer on auction day, but a conditional offer was accepted on the property shortly after. Not all conditional offers end in a sale, so the property may become available if the conditions are not met. You can speak to the listing salesperson to discuss the options.
The property was withdrawn from the market prior to, or on auction day. This can be for a variety of reasons and you should speak to one of our salespeople for more information or to get further help with your property search.
The auction has been moved to a later date. This can be for a number of reasons and you should speak to the listing salesperson for further information.