Our teams list hundreds of properties each month in locations across Spain, offering an exceptional range of investment opportunities.
Try online bidding for yourself using our demo feature, read our buyer's guide to get an overview of the full process, or browse our FAQs below.
And if you've still got questions, we're here to help.
Our digital platform is secure and efficient, combining cutting-edge technology with market-leading property expertise. The BidX1 team have sold thousands of assets through the platform, from houses and apartments to offices, industrial units and development sites, as well as large-scale investment portfolios.
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Our fees are broken down into an initial entry fee followed by a commission (a percentage of the sale price). Fees vary depending on lot size and property type; this is something that can be further discussed on enquiry. For more information on the benefits of selling with BidX1, or to get in touch with our team about your property, click here.
We sell a broad mix of commercial and residential properties, from houses and apartments to office buildings, industrial warehouses, and new-build homes.
Yes, properties are available for viewings. Note that to see the full address of a property, you must access the legal documents for that property – simply click on the 'View Legal Pack' button below the property summary.
If you have missed the scheduled viewings or you cannot attend at the listed time, you can check with the Sales Consultant assigned to the property to see if it’s possible to schedule another viewing.
The legal pack can be downloaded from the relevant property page. Simply click on the 'View Legal Pack' button below the property summary.
Please note that you will need to create a BidX1 Account to access the legal documents. This is free and takes less than two minutes.
Our Sales Consultants are best placed to answer any questions you have about the legal documents. The Consultant for each property is listed on the relevant property page.
The deed must be granted within the period indicated in the Legal Pack for each property.
In exceptional circumstances, bids can be accepted and transferred to the vendor prior to an auction.
Please contact the relevant Sales Consultant if you wish to discuss this; his/her contact details will be listed on the property page.
A deposit must be provided at the time of registration. This amount will be dependent on the Minimum Price which has been placed on the property and the number of lots you wish to bid on and can be subject to change. The amount required for any given property is displayed when you click into the relevant property.
Payment of the deposit can be made via debit/credit card of bank transfer. If you pay via debit/credit card, the deposit will be taken from your card only if you are the successful purchaser of the property. If you are not the successful bidder, the hold on your card will be released (or bank transfer returned in line with our terms and conditions).
The amount required for a deposit depends on the Minimum Price of the property.
Yes, BidX1 has an insurance policy with Crédito y Caución (number 4.220.408) which covers your deposit.
The account where you transfer the deposit is an Irish account. The platform we use is called Modulr and is completely safe and secure.
Each property has a Minimum Price – the lowest price that the seller is willing to accept for the property. If bidding does not reach the Minimum Price, the property cannot be sold.
On certain properties, the final bid is conditional, or subject to confirmation by the vendor. Until accepted, the final price is not binding. The vendor has a maximum of four working days to accept the offer after the close of the auction.
If the final bid price is not accepted by the vendor, the deposit will be refunded to the bidder.
Registration usually opens 10 business days before the sale, although occasionally it may open earlier.
The registration process is easy, and includes the following steps:
You'll then be asked to do the following:
After these steps have been completed, we will review your registration and let you know once you are approved to bid.
No, there is no charge for the buyer.
When regestering to bid in an auction, you will need to have the following information at hand:
Both the vendor and BidX1 are obliged by the Laws on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, so the documentation we ask you to provide is to comply with the established regulations.
Once you have been approved to bid by our teams, you are free to place bids as soon as the auction opens. Placing a bid is easy, and you can practice at any time using our Bidding Demo.
Note that bidding takes place on the relevant property page – the same page that you’ve been visiting to get information about the property and to register for bidding. On the right-hand side of this page (or at the bottom of your screen if you’re using a mobile device), you will see the Bidding Panel.
There are two bidding options to choose from: you can place a bid manually by using the 'Instant Bid' button or set an 'Auto Bid' to let the system do the work for you.
In both cases, you will be asked to confirm your bid amount before it is placed.
We will also keep you informed of your bidding via email notifications – you will receive an email for your records each time that you place a bid and if you are out-bid, a further email will be sent to notify you of this.
Please note that if a bid is placed within 60 seconds of the scheduled closing time, an additional 60 seconds will be added. This is known as an extension period. During an extension period, any further bid that is placed will result in the clock re-setting again for a further 60 seconds, giving all registered bidders a fair and equal opportunity to place another bid. This will continue to happen until a full 60 seconds passes with no bids being placed.
No; our Auctions are fully online and we cannot accept bids over the phone.
However, our bidding technology is compatible with mobile phones, allowing you to place a bid from anywhere in the world with a working internet connection. We have also developed an Auto Bid function, which will place bids for you up to a pre-set limit decided by you.
We have developed a number of features to help in this instance:
Our platform can usually detect when there is a connectivity issue between your device and our bidding system. In such instances we will inform you with on-screen prompts outlining the current connectivity issue e.g. slow speeds, complete loss of connectivity detected etc.
Our platform will allow you to enter an automatic bid with a pre-set maximum amount that cannot be viewed publicly. The system will enter bids for you, only in order to maintain your position as the highest bidder, and only up to the maximum amount that you’ve specified.
If this maximum bid is overtaken, you will be notified via email and can enter another higher bid if you so choose.
Our platform will allow you to be logged in as a registered bidder on multiple devices simultaneously. This can mitigate the risk of losing broadband connection, or mobile connection.
Bidding typically opens on all lots at the same time on the day of the sale. The opening time will be clearly advertised across all lots.
The sale process for each property will last approximately 90 minutes and will conclude at the closing time listed on the relevant property page. Make sure you check the closing time for your property in advance of the auction.
Please note that if a bid is placed within 60 seconds of the property's closing time, an additional 60 seconds will be added. This is known as an extension period, and is detailed further below.
The closing time for each property on auction day is different – this time will be advertised in the bidding panel on the relevant property page. However, if a bid is placed within 60 seconds of the property's closing time, an additional 60 seconds will be added. This is known as an extension period.
During an extension period, any further bid that is placed will result in the clock re-setting again for a further 60 seconds, giving all registered bidders a fair and equal opportunity to place another bid. This will continue to happen until a full 60 seconds passes with no bids being placed.
Due to variations in browser and connection speeds, bidders are advised to make a bid with at least 10 seconds remaining on the clock.
Our platform will allow you to enter an automatic bid with a pre-set maximum amount. This is known as an Auto Bid, and it cannot be viewed publicly. The system will enter bids for you – but only in order to keep your position as the highest bidder, and only up to the maximum amount that you’ve specified.
If this maximum bid is overtaken, you will be notified via email and can enter another higher bid if you so choose. It is important to note that once set, an Auto Bid cannot be cancelled.
You will receive an email confirming that you are the winning bidder, and we will inform you of what documentation is required before signing at the notary.
This is an alternative sales method in which anyone interested in a property can make a direct offer on our website. The offer may be equal to, higher or lower than the price indicated. The offer is subject to analysis and approval by the vendor. If approved, the purchase process takes place on the BidX1 platform.