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Interest mounts ahead of next Connacht Property Auction

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The Connacht Property Auction organisers say they have noted a sharp increase in enquiries from buyers over the past few weeks ahead of their auction next week.

The Connacht Property Auction- eleven days to go to last public auction of the year

With the next Connacht Property Auction fast approaching on Tuesday, November 11, the auction team are expecting a busy period with viewings and interest in the properties on offer. The Connacht Property Auction work in partnership with more than 40 auctioneers in Connacht offering properties for sale in Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo and even creep into Clare. Patrick Folan from The Connacht Property Auction noted: “Our last auction in September was hugely successful with 20 of the 23 lots sold. Furthermore, two of the three properties which were not sold at the auction, have since been sale agreed via our online auctions. Our online auctions are running continuously and are a great option for homeowners looking to sell their properties before Christmas.” Mr Folan went on to say: “We are currently taking entries for our auctions and invite homeowners to speak to us now if they want to be sold before the end of the year. We sell over 60 per cent of our properties through our online auction and properties can also go forward to our public auctions which we run regularly throughout the year.”

Large selection of local properties go to under the hammer on June 12

The Connacht Property Auction will take place on June 12 in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, offering a large variety of properties all across Connacht. The auction will offer a large selection of properties from around the province including residential homes and investments, commercial properties, and agricultural holdings. Strong interest is expected in the lots on offer after the success of the March auction where 20 out of 22 properties were sold.


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