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O’Donnellan & Joyce, the west of Ireland’s leading property auction house, is open for registration of properties to be included in the forthcoming Wild Atlantic Way spring property auction on March 3.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers recorded €3 million in auction sales on Friday November 11 in its Wild Atlantic Way winter auction. The auction took place in the Harbour Hotel to a full house of keen buyers. There was standing room only for prospective owner occupiers and investors, who were given a superb selection of property to choose from, especially in Galway city.
Don Colleran's next auction on December 8 includes properties in some of Galway's most sought after areas with prices starting at €100,000, making it very attractive to first time buyers and investors.
Don Colleran’s next auction on December 8 includes properties in some of Galway’s most sought after areas with prices starting at €100,000, making it very attractive to first time buyers and investors.
Colleran's auction on Thursday October 13 will include properties in prime city centre locations which will appeal to both investors and first time buyers.
One of the country’s leading auction houses, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's latest auction has hit a 91 per cent sales success rate. The bumper auction which was held in September in the Radisson Blu Galway saw huge crowds attend, bid, and buy. The auction was also broadcast live online through DNGGalway.ie.
It all started so brilliantly for Tom Parsons in the green and red of Mayo, he made his senior championship debut for Mayo in 2008 while still an U21 against Sligo and ended up that season heading to Australia as part of the Irish international rules side, the only Mayo player to be selected for that tour, but three years later when James Horan finished up his first league campaign as manager he was deemed surplus to requirements.
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 fourth Connacht Property Auction of 2014 was held on Tuesday November 11 in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. There has been a lot of positivity in the property market this year and the auctions held by The Connacht Property Auction were proof of this. The auctions in 2014 have had an 87 per cent average sold ratio which each auction offering between 20 and 30 properties. In addition to this, many more properties were sold on the online auctions which are growing in popularity due to the high volume of sales being achieved by the auction team.
The Connacht Property Auction is now taking entries for its next public auction which will be held on June 12 in the Clayton Hotel, Galway. After a hugely successful March auction where 20 of 22 properties were sold, the auction team have experienced a surge of interest from both property owners and buyers. The company is the only auction provider in Ireland which does not charge admission or marketing fees to enter the auction, making it very appealing to property owners to sell through this auction service. The company also offers an online auction system where all bids are made visible on its website www.connachtpropertyauction.ie, making the bidding process easy and transparent for all parties.