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The price of the average three-bed semi in Galway city rose by 2.9 per cent in the first three months of 2018, according to the latest national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.
The Hearth Project in Mayo — which brings art into the homes of older people who are isolated geographically or restricted for other reasons — has received funding from Healthy Ireland for 2018. Each participant is visited by a skilled artist who is experienced in working with older people. The artist travels to the home of the older person weekly and facilitates a one to one workshop there.
House prices in Galway have risen by almost five per cent in the first half of 2017 - the largest increase in the State for the year to date - and house prices also have shown a year on year increase of more than 13 per cent.
Property agents in the Leinster region expect house prices to continue to rise for the next three years.
Stalls displaying the work of Galway and Indian craftspeople, ranging from food to toys to hand made gifts will be on display and for sale at this weekend's Galway Indian Community.
The price of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house in Westmeath has risen by 2.04 per cent to €125,000 in the second quarter of 2015, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.
For many people, those New Year’s resolutions to cut out smoking may be long forgotten by now but with Lent just starting it is another good reason to give quitting another go.
THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft Market returns this Saturday, featuring handmade arts and crafts from local artists and craftspeople.
The property boom seems to be on its way back in Athlone, with the number of properties sold in the last year double that of the previous year. According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for Athlone has shown a dramatic increase year on year.
According to the Property Price Register at the end of August, the number of property sales for Athlone 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. Some property reports use asking prices as their source, others use prices which properties were ‘For sale’ at; neither of these give accurate information which can be relied on. As the property price register is only completed when sales are finalised, it could be argued that it lags real time selling prices by a few months. However, it is still the only definitive register for actual property sales.