Each episode of the show follows three properties (or two for 30-minute shows) which were bought at auction - often ones that require significant refurbishment. A cross-section of properties are featured including terraced, commercial, rural, and vacant land. The programme follows a set formula. One of the presenters will view the property prior to going up for auction giving their opinion on it and its potential problems as well as attractive features. A local estate agent will also be invited to give their opinion on the property. The auction will then be shown and the final sale price revealed.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit propertes in Stoke, Sydenham and County Durham.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit propertes in Hammersmith, Kent and Derby.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit propertes in Liverpool, London and Staffordshire.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in Manchester, Kent and Staffordshire.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Whickham near Gateshead, and Gravesend, Kent.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Derby, Middlesex and Gateshead.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, County Durham and London.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Kent, Peckham and Whitehaven, Cumbria.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Wiltshire, Kent and Newcastle.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Derby, Kent and Darlington.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Stoke-on-Trent, Middlesex and Redcar.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cardiff, Kent and Middlesbrough.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Stoke, Kent and Eccles.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Birmingham, London and Cumbria.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in London, Kent and Derbyshire.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Buckinghamshire, Kent and Tyne and Wear.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in London, Dover and Northumberland.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, London and West Midlands.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cumbria, London and Derbyshire.
A 20-year-old first-time developer, a banker turned developer and a builder who wants to create a fantastic new home for his soon-to-be-wife all buy properties at auction. Martin, Lucy and Dion are in Chesterton in Staffordshire, Hornchurch in Essex and Sudbrook in Monmouthshire to hear their plans.
A large Victorian semi packed full of original features in Dresden in Stoke-on-Trent, a two-bed semi in Croydon in London and some public loos in Kincardine in Fife are sold at auction. Martin, Dion and Martel meet the new owners and hear their plans for their auction buys.
A semi in Folkestone in Kent, a terrace in Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent and a huge detached house in Seascale in Cumbria are all sold at auction.Martin Roberts,Lucy Alexanderand Dion Dublin meet the new owners to hear their plans for their auction buys. The projects take from nine months to five years, but is there any profit for the developers?
A third-floor flat in Walworth in London, a piece of land in Derbyshire's Chesterfield and a block of flats in Hengoed in Mid Glamorgan are all sold under the hammer. Martel Maxwell, Martin Roberts and DionDublin meet the new owners, all of whom are faced with unexpected surprises along their property development journey.
More tales from the auction rooms as Martin, Dion and Martel follow developments across the country. Dion catches up with an impressive new build running alongside a tourist steam train track in Cottishall in Norfolk, while Martin meets a developer who has made it three in a row of terraced houses in Bootle in Liverpool. Martel talks to a husband-and-wife team who, along with a sister, are taking on a house in Maidstone in Kent where the outside loo is further away than the next-door pub.
A detached house in Strood in Kent, a prefab bungalow in Alvaston in Derby and a large three-bedroom semi-detached with an enormous garden in Caterham in Surrey are sold under the hammer. Martin, Martel and Lucy view the lots before hearing what the new owners have planned.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Fulham, Kent and the north east.
Martin and Lucy visit homes in the Midlands, Glasgow and on the south coast.
Martin and Lucy visit homes in Stoke, Glasgow and north London.
Lucy Alexander tours a farmhouse and 10-acre equestrian centre in Kent.
A father and daughter, a mum and her son and two cousins tackle renovation projects.
Lucy Alexander meets three friends who give a top-floor flat in Harrow a high-end finish.
Martin Roberts looks around a semi in Northern Ireland and a flat in Newcastle.
Martin Roberts visits a cottage renovation in a Cornish village.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander are in London, the south coast and the Welsh Valleys.
Martin and Lucy look around a well-cared-for house in Cornwall.
Martin and Lucy travel between the North and South visiting two semis and a bungalow.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander look at a flat, an end-terrace house and a bungalow.
Martin and Lucy meet a man with ambitions to convert an Edwardian water tower into a home.
Martin visits a couple who are starting their lives afresh with a house in Staffordshire.
In Earls Court, London, Martin and Lucy find a little flat with big potential.
A trio of terraced houses in London, the Midlands and Devon are sold under the hammer.
Lucy looks at a rundown detached cottage on a large plot with huge potential in Surrey.
A terraced house in Burnely in Lancashire, a bungalow on a big plot in Paddock Wood in Kent and a semi in Chaddesden in Derby all go under the hammer. They all need major renovation work, but will their new owners manage to finish everything on time and on budget?
A house in Chesterton in Staffordshire has a smelly problem and needs a total overhaul and the new owner of a semi in Bestwood in Nottingham also has a lot to do, while the new owner of a flat in Strawberry Hill has less than a week to sort out her auction buy before she jets off to Germany. Martin, Lucy and Dion have a look round all three properties and hear all about the renovation plans.
Property renovation series. Three-bed properties in Maidstone in Kent, Stepney in east London and Wolstanton in Staffordshire are sold at auction. Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin meet the new owners.
Martin tackles the issue of solar panels on a property in Mountain Ash in Wales and wonders if it'll be a sunny outcome for the new owner, while Lucy looks round a barn in Elstree in Hertfordshire and Dion visits a flat in Newport in Shropshire. All the properties have been sold at auction, but will any of the developers make money from their buys?
A large listed Georgian house in Faversham in Kent is given the wow factor, and developers in Witham St Annes in Lancashire and New Southgate in London also deliver top-notch finishes on their very different flats. Martin, Lucy and Dion follow all the progress.
A couple plan to transform a Victorian terrace in York into their home, developers in Rainham, Kent, want to build flats on land sandwiched between two busy roads, and investors hope to restore a flood-damaged Cumbrian property back to its former glory. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners to hear their ambitious plans.
A film extra who wants a starring role as a property developer buys a flat to refurbish in Folkestone in Kent, another developer has ambitious plans for a former council depot in Milton in Stoke-on-Trent, and two footballing friends take on a detached 1930s house in Norbury in London. Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin hear their plans, but will anyone them make the profit they are dreaming of?
A semi in St Austell in Cornwall, a mid-terrace in Croydon and a former hotel in Bitterne in Southampton are sold under the hammer.
A couple moving to France buy a quaint terraced cottage in Clent in Worcestershire, a couple who have just moved back home from abroad buy a terraced house in south Croydon, London, and two friends have plans to turn a large house in Edgbaston, Birmingham, into a money spinner. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and follow the progress of the investors hoping to make money from their auction buys.
A three-bed semi in Stoke-on-Trent, a Victorian purpose-built ground-floor flat in London's Walthamstow and a terraced house in Aberdare in Wales which comes with a 'knotty' problem are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet their new owners, and hear their plans to make some money from their auction buys.
It's a trio of three-bedroom semis on today's show in Barnet in Hertfordshire, Madeley in Shropshire and Bramcote in Nottinghamshire. Ideas for improvement range from adding two more bedrooms in one of the properties to transforming an unusually large garden in another. Martin, Lucy and Dion hear all about the developers' plans and wonder who will make any money on their investments.
A basement flat in London's Peckham and terraced houses in Cadishead near Manchester and Maerdy in Wales are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners to hear their plans to add value to their auction buys.
A flat in Little Chalfont in Buckinghamshire, a maisonette in Oldham and a terraced house in South Norwood are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and hear their plans to modernise their property auction buys.
Dion meets a mum and her son who, along with Dad, have bought a two-bed terraced house in Tyne and Wear ripe for modernisation. Martin meets a man who is working on his first auction property in Dudley, while Lucy talks to a seasoned developer who has taken on a former fruit and veg shop in Birchington-on-Sea.
Martin Roberts meets lottery winners who are investing in property in Buckinghamshire, while Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin are in Surrey and Lancashire looking at two other properties sold under the hammer. But is the lottery winners' luck about to run out?
Martin, Dion and Lucy meet developers who have bought property at auction and hear their plans to do them up. A terrace in Carlisle in Cumbria, a detached house in Long Eton in Nottinghamshire and a flat in London's East Ham are all given makeovers.
Dion meets a pair of architects who love transforming tired bungalows and whose latest project is in Radcliffe-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire, while Martin looks around a former community centre in the New Forest in Hampshire. Lucy meets a developer with plans to spruce up a lower-ground flat in a lovely Georgian building in Margate in Kent.
Lucy catches up with a couple who have renovated a former chapel in Goudurst in Kent while Dion checks out a terraced house in Smallthorne in Stoke on Trent and Martin hears plans for a basement flat in a Victorian building in Cardiff. All of the properties were sold at auction but will any of the new owners make money from their investments?
A mid-terrace in Ilkeston in Derby, a two-bedroom cottage in Margate in Kent and a one-bedroom flat in Telford in Shropshire are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners who are hoping to make some money from their investments. But does it all go according to plan?
Former Manchester United footballer Dion Dublin has traded the theatre of dreams for the world of property developing to join Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander on Homes under the Hammer. The trio look at a terraced house in Burnley, a detached house in Liverpool and a bungalow in Derby as they are sold under the hammer. But will any of the properties make money for their new owners?
Martin, Lucy and Dion visit a trio of terraces. Lucy meets two friends who have invested in a house in Hainault in Essex, while Martin meets a couple who are doing up a terraced bungalow for their parents, and Dion meets a woman who, when she is not indulging in her hobby of flying, likes to do up property.
A semi in Chingford in London, a one-bedroom flat in Brighton and a Victorian terrace in Normanton in Derby are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and hear what they plan to do with their buys.
Dion is in Knotty Ash in Liverpool looking round a house in need of some care and attention, while Martin is delighted by a near showroom condition house near Aberdare. Lucy looks round a former grocery shop in Glasgow in a busy shopping area. All of the properties have been sold at auction, but will any of the new owners manage to make a profit from their investments?
Martin, Lucy and Dion meet investors who hope to make some money from property bought at auction. Dion talks to a science teacher doing up a house in Bury in Lancashire, Lucy visits a two-bedroom ground-floor flat in Grove Park in London bought by a furniture maker, and Martin falls in love with a cottage built in the 1820s in Butetown in Wales.
A two-bed bungalow near Market Drayton, a sizeable semi-detached building in East Dulwich containing three flats and a two-bed Derby terrace are the day's properties. Martin, Lucy and Dion catch up with the owners who successfully bid at auction to find out their plans.
A two-bed flat in Woodford Green, London, a three-bed terrace in the Welsh valleys and a one-bed flat in Middleton, Greater Manchester, all go under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion catch up with the new owners to find out their renovation plans.
An upper-floor conversion flat in a Glasgow suburb, a purpose-built flat in Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent and a large pub in Hastings in East Sussex are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and hear their plans, which range from renting as an investment to creating a home for themselves.
Martin, Lucy and Dion meet developers who have bought property in Hastings in East Sussex, Norbury in London and Dudley in the West Midlands. But will any of them manage to make any money on their investments?
Martin is in Barry in Wales looking around a commercial property complete with three flats, Lucy catches up on a building project in Denham in Buckinghamshire, and Dion looks round a terraced house in Gainsborough with a guide price of £12,000.
A three-bed end-of-terrace in South Wales, a three-bed semi near Southampton and a three-bed ex-local-authority flat in east London are all sold at auction. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the owners to find out their renovation plans.
A semi in Talke Pits in Staffordshire, a well-cared-for detached house with a great garden in Littleover in Derby and a small piece of land ideal for a garage in Earlsfield in London are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Don meet the people with the winning bids and hear about their plans.
A former miner's cottage in Aberaman in South Wales and semis in Adderley Green in Stoke and Streatham in South London are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners to hear what they have planned to try to make money from their auction buys.
Dion Dublin is in Plaistow in London looking around a three-bedroom semi, Lucy Alexander is checking out a small piece of land in Crayford in Kent, and Martin Roberts is talking to a father and son who have bought a small house with a big garden in Wheelock in Cheshire.
Martin, Lucy and Dion look around auction buys in Birmingham, Oldham and Gravesend and discover what the new owners plan to do with their investments. They have very different ideas about what to do with their buys - but will any of them make any money?
A former doctor's surgery in need of TLC is converted into a family home in Houghton-le-Spring. A flat in a 1930s block in Edgware and a detached house in a woodland garden in Ashford in Kent are also given makeovers.
Dion Dublin, Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander tour the country looking at auction buys. The developers on today's show have very different reasons for making their investments - there's a family home in Consett in County Durham, a rental investment in Derby and an auction buy in Beckenham in London which will be used to run a new business, which the owner hopes will give him more time with his family.
Dion looks around a large Victorian terrace in Plumstead with lots of original features, Martin is in Mickleover in Derby hearing a father and daughter's plans for a flat, and Lucy discovers what happened to a plot of land she saw five-and-a-half years ago. Will any of the developers they meet, who bought at auction, make a profit?
For two of the properties sold under the hammer this episode - a semi in Ilkeston in Derby and a flat in Streatham Hill in London - it's all about creating smart kitchens and bathrooms, while the new owners of a bungalow in Somerset's Portishead have to wrestle with an unexpected issue with their auction buy.
A flat with huge potential in London's Earlsfield and terraced houses in Wombourne near Wolverhampton and Ynyswen near Treorchy in Wales are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion catch up with the property developers, who are all hoping to make some money from their auction buys.
A 1930s bungalow in Dereham in Norfolk, a first-floor flat in London's East Ham and a property in Maryport in Cumbria with a hidden room are all sold at auction. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners and hear their plans for their investments.
Martin looks around a bungalow in a stunning setting in the Lake District, while Dion has a look at a flat close to Nottingham city centre. Lucy meets a woman who mistakenly thought she was buying a piece of land in Folkestone in Kent.
Martin is impressed with the potential of two shops and three flats in Tonypandy in Wales, while Dion looks round a two-bedroom maisonette in Dawley. Lucy meets a first-time developer with ambitious plans for an end terrace in London's Forest Gate.
A first-floor one-bedroom flat in London's Stepney Green, a three-bed semi in Dartford in Kent and a one-bedroom flat on the 17th floor of a block in Salford are all sold under the hammer. The investors all have very different ideas for their properties - but will any of them see a return on their investment?
An old Derbyshire farmhouse in Wirksworth gets a stunning makeover, a developer builds a pair of semis in Chatham in Kent and a mid-terrace house in Blackhall Colliery in County Durham is given a makeover ready for the rental market. The properties and the piece of land were all sold at auction, and Martin, Lucy and Dion find out if the new owners' projects go according to plan.
It's a family affair as two brothers buy a rundown cottage in Probus in Cornwall to renovate as their first home, a father buys a flat in Mitcham in Surrey as a long-term investment for his young daughter and a seasoned property developer buys a house in Tunstall in Stoke-on-Trent for her daughter to develop while she holidays in Spain. Presented by Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander and Dion Dublin.
A fifth-floor flat in Greater Manchester, a three-bed semi in Carlisle and three commercial buildings near Stanstead are all sold under the hammer. One of the developers has a pressing deadline to finish his renovation work - he needs to be done in time for the lambing season. But will anyone be flocking to live in his refurbished property when it's done?
Martin, Lucy and Dion meet father-and-daughter teams up and down the country who are doing up property sold under the hammer. An apartment in a former mill in Mow Cop on the Staffordshire/Cheshire border, a three-bedroom semi in London's East Ham and a flat in Bournemouth are all given makeovers with the help of dad.
Lucy looks at a flat in Kilburn in London with one of the worst cases of damp she has ever seen, but wait until you see what the developer does to transform it! Meanwhile, Martin and Dion are in the Midlands looking around semis with potential.
A two-bed semi in Meir in Stoke-on-Trent is given a country house look, a flat in London's Willesden Green also gets the wow factor, and a semi in Dudley in the west Midlands loses its 1980s look to be brought into the 21st century. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the property developers who hope to make some money on their auction investments.
A grand five-bedroom period house in Folkestone in Kent, a two-bedroom flat in London's Leytonstone and a two-bedroom mid-terrace in Fenton in Stoke-on-Trent are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion hear from the new owners about their plans to bring their purchases up to date.
Friends and family take on three property projects as Martin, Lucy and Dion follow three properties sold at auction. Terraced houses in Gravesend in Kent and Shipley in Derbyshire are given a new lease of life, while former church premises in Harrow Weald in Middlesex are given a new use for the community.
A flat over two floors in London's Camberwell, another flat in Telford in Shropshire and a three-bed semi in Alvaston in Derby are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet the new owners who are hoping to make some money on their investments.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in Newcastle, Bristol and Stoke-on-Trent.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Fife, London and Tyne and Wear.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cheshire, Cumbria and Kent.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cardiff, Lanark and Devon.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in Derby, London and Cumbria.
The properties featured are in Cornwall, Kent and County Durham.
The properties featured are in Cumbria, Kent, and Derby.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Blackpool and Northumberland.