“Demand for stock at auctions is currently very strong, which is helping to keep up hammer prices. Conversion rates have been robust, and this is likely to continue for good quality desirable vehicles even as supply increases.” said Louise Wallis, Head of NAMA
“Volumes are now almost at pre-lockdown levels and auctioneers are optimistic particularly for vehicles over three years old. As new car sales gradually pick up, the increase in defleeted company cars and part-exchanges will support volumes at auctions which are likely to stay strong." Louise Wallis, Head of NAMA.