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Galway Auction Rooms will host an auction with a difference on Sunday next. The annual Spring sale of antiques, fine art and interiors will be broadcast live to the world via the Internet.
The Connacht Property Auction has announced it will hold its first public auction on November 14 in The Clayton Hotel, Galway. There will be 29 lots on offer ranging from fully finished apartments starting at €19,000 to luxury A-rated homes at €340,000.
Last Friday saw progressive Galway city estate agents Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard make a little piece of history by becoming the first auctioneers in the west of Ireland to screen an auction live over the Internet. Pioneers in the west of Ireland property market, the city-based firm is always looking for ways to improve its business and enhance the service it provides to its clients.
Within the next few days O’Donnellan & Joyce will finalise its list for its September 28 property auction.
O’Donnellan and Joyce placed nine properties up for auction and successfully sold eight of them at its recent auction in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square.
A table thought to have been acquired for Tyrone House in Galway is attracting considerable interest at an auction by one of the world’s oldest and largest sellers of fine art and antiques. Bonhams, the privately owned British auction house, estimate the table to be worth up to €170,000.
Buyers and sellers are both achieving their goals and objectives in the O’Donnellan & Joyce auction room. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers outlines that this year in particular has been a great year for buyers as they are obtaining tremendous value with sellers placing extremely attractive reserve prices (minimum prices) on properties in order to achieve sales. With less competition in the auction room than in previous years, tremendous value has been obtained for the buyers, in some cases below the advised minimum values.
Motorists trying to save money buying second-hand airbags online could end up paying a much higher price, a new investigation warns. Leading accident management company, Accident Exchange, says the growing trade on auction sites like eBay, is a potentially ‘life and death’ issue and the Government needs to act.
The William Street Gallery announced the start of their silent auction season in Kilkenny.