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With most of the media reports only focusing on the increase in property prices in Dublin, Don Colleran believes that Galway city centre has outperformed the capital as Galway still remains a destination city for those looking for a property investment which would give them a year round return and the additional expectation of capital appreciation.
Further evidence that property prices in Galway have turned the corner was highlighted at auction last week when Don Colleran sold a house at Carraig Bán on the Coolough Road for €85,000 over the guide price.
A number of records were broken at Colleran auctioneers’ auction last week when all properties sold well in excess of their guide, with one buyer travelling more than 16,000km to secure the house of his dreams.
There is just one week remaining before Colleran auctioneers’ next auction, which will include properties in some of Galway’s most popular, established, and sought after locations.
Rockbarton Court apartments were built at a time when spacious living accommodation was not considered an additional extra. This very large two bedroom first floor apartment is situated only a five-minute stroll from the Salthill Promenade, just behind Leisureland. The apartment has a large master bedroom and very large sitting room, which you would not find in some of the more modern and more expensive developments currently on offer.
It is almost 30 years since Don Colleran sold his first Claddagh house, and while prices might have gone up and down over this time, the interest from buyers looking to live in this much sought after area is as high as ever. Last month Mr Colleran sold a house in South Park Place, after almost 100 viewings and for an incredible 70 per cent in excess of the AMV.
Colleran auctioneers has reported huge attendance and interest in the east side of the city at its Saturday morning open viewings in Renmore and Mervue.
Property prices in Galway city certainly seemed to have turned the corner following Colleran auctioneers’ recent auction, with properties selling for well in excess of their reserves. With the auction room full to capacity and many standing outside, Don Colleran advised the room that in certain parts of the city demand now far outweighed supply and that there would be many disappointed under bidders at the auction, but he could not have predicted what was to follow, particularly with his Claddagh property.
Colleran auctioneers’ spring auction, which takes place next Thursday April 4, offers great value, variety, and quality, from a detached house in Ballybane with an AMV of only €50,000 to a rare opportunity to purchase a large luxury detached just off Salthill Promenade with an AMV of €460,000.
Colleran auctioneers is offering a rare opportunity to lease a prominent retail unit in the heart of the city centre.