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Owner occupiers and investors were out in force at the first auctions of 2015 held by DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard last Friday in the Radisson Blu Hotel. With a range of properties going under the hammer, all eyes were set on how the auction market would perform in 2015. With the agents reporting strong interest in properties in the lead up to the auction, the results on the day proved that buyers, both investors and owner occupiers, remain keen and are very much ‘in the market’ for 2015.
The Connacht Property Auction will have its first public auction event of 2015 on February 26 in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. There will be more than 25 properties offered including properties in Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, and Clare.
Retail Excellence Ireland has launched Small Business Saturday in Ireland. This is a campaign which profiles small business and encourages consumers to shop locally and support jobs and enterprises in their respective communities. It is a social media and marketing campaign that provides local businesses with the collateral that they need to inform consumers on the power of their local spend.
Last Friday saw leading local property firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard bring its latest batch of auction properties to the floor in a packed auction room in the Radisson Blu Hotel. The much-anticipated November auctions saw 17 lots being offered to the floor and the large crowds were not disappointed, with plenty of activity and bidding from the floor.
It was a real case of quality, not quantity, at Colleran auctioneers’ packed auction last week when five properties in the sought after areas of Shantalla, Claddagh, Newcastle, and Salthill were offered for sale.
The veranda lounge at the Radisson Blu hotel was a hive of activity last Friday as leading local agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard held its September auctions. As the crowd assembled from 2.30pm onwards, there was a brisk air of activity in the room from the outset. As always, the auctions are streamed live online on www.dnggalway.ie and www.advertiser.ie and are proving popular worldwide. Friday’s auctions had viewers in locations as diverse as Qatar, Iceland, Malta, Saudi Arabia, the US, and the Bahamas, as well as throughout Ireland and the UK.
It was standing room only in a packed auction room at Colleran’s latest auction last week, where all properties were sold by Don Colleran in excess of their guide.
Last Friday saw leading Galway estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard build on its remarkable strike rate on the auction floor, with the first of its summer series of auctions in the Radisson Hotel.
One of the biggest farms for sale in the Midlands in recent times was pulled from auction this week after bids dried up €700,000 short of the guide price.
Progressive Galway estate agency DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is continuing to lead the way in the west of Ireland auction market, with its much anticipated April auctions in the Radisson last Friday yielding some seriously impressive results. Offering the usual eclectic mix of properties, the Francis Street firm brought eight quality lots to the auction floor, selling seven of the lots, with the remaining property currently under offer.