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Colleran auctioneers’ next auction on October 16 will include properties in some of Galway's most desirable areas, all within walking distance of the college and city centre.
According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.
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.
It is very easy to see why Salthill has remained so popular despite all the new developments that have followed in recent years. Devon Park was built when spacious living accommodation and large gardens were not additional extras. Colleran auctioneers has just offered for sale by private treaty No 81 Devon Park, a wonderful, bright, six bedroom semidetached home with large sun-filled back garden.
There has reportedly been huge interest in No 2 Sylvan Road, Fairlands, Newcastle, so much so that Don Colleran is now increasing the advised minimum value prior to auction on Thursday July 17.
The local organisers of an annual golf classic, which raises vital funds for Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital and takes place at Galway Golf Club on Friday May 2, are appealing to the public to sponsor events on the day.
Property prices continue to rise at auction with Don Colleran achieving more than twice the guide for a house in Shantalla last week.
There is still an opportunity this weekend to attend the last open viewings of the properties being auctioned by Don Colleran next Thursday, March 27, in the Victoria Hotel. With prices as low as €85,000 there is certainly value on offer for cautious investors who currently have money on deposit but can now see the lift in the property market making for a more attractive investment.
Colleran’s next auction on March 27 will include two city centre properties and a luxury apartment in Salthill which are sure to be of considerable interest to all investors, first time buyers, or those looking for a pad with views of Galway Bay. Housing stock in the city centre has now reached alarmingly low levels both for those looking for investments or family homes, according to Don Colleran, so interest in these properties is sure to be very strong.
Colleran auctioneers maintained its 100 per cent success rate last week with its final auction of the year. Don Colleran has been reporting for some months now that property prices within the city centre were on the rise, in some cases by as much as 20 per cent. Housing stock within the city centre has now reached alarmingly low levels both for those looking for investment and for family homes. Buyers are now reporting great difficulty and frustration in finding suitable properties.