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Property Partners Maxwell and Heaslip is holding a public auction in which two very attractive and keenly priced properties could prove alluring to potential buyers who have been waiting in the wings for the right opportunity to get on, or move up, the property ladder. The auction will take place at the Imperial Hotel at 3pm on May 8 so don’t miss it.
Two excellent properties are to be offered for sale by public auction tomorrow in what should give an excellent indication of the property market in the city. The spring-time auctions will see two very different properties go under the hammer in what director James Heaslip promises to be an engaging event.
You could be excused for thinking that the recession was over last Thursday; such was the crowd at the auction of two Claddagh properties in The Victoria Hotel.
Sherry Fitzgerald McCreery will be hosting the biggest ever real estate auction in Kilkenny in March of the new year.
Celebrated sculptor John Behan is the latest artist to put up a piece of his work for an art auction being organised by the Chernobyl Children’s Project Westport Group which will take place on Friday, May 1 at the Clew Bay Hotel starting at 7.30pm.
Having successfully concluded its final spring auctions, Galway city based agents Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip is preparing for the first of the summer auctions tomorrow in the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square. Two more properties are expected to fall under the hammer in what is expected to be a busy afternoon.
There was tremendous bidding at the O’Donnellan & Joyce auction of No 7 New Avenue Wood, Rahoon. The property is an attractive three bedroom semidetached house situated in a wonderful location of New Avenue Wood. In terms of convenience, the agent outlines that this property has it all as it is within easy access of Galway city centre and Salthill. In addition No 7 New Avenue Wood has the advantage of being only a stone’s throw from NUIG and UHG.
With standing room only at a crowded auction room in the Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square, Property Partners Maxwell & Heaslip concluded its second round of auctions in as many weeks with two more excellent results, establishing a 75 per cent success rate for the city based auctioneers. In the present market this is impressive and has shown that the company has a proven formula for success.
O’Donnellan & Joyce continue the success of selling properties by auction in Galway city when more than 20 bids were recorded on the sale of a house at 41 Beach Court, Salthill, Galway.
Watching, willing, and waiting seem to be the all important Ws in the property market right now, according to auctioneer John Quinn who has reported an extremely active few weeks mainly due to realistic purchase prices.