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Mayo county councillors are to seek their own legal advice on foot of legal advice obtained by Mayo County Council with regard to the discussion of planning matters at meetings of the local authority.
The Galway City Council has approved the raising of a loan of €1.5 million for the purpose of granting house purchase and improvement loans in Galway city.
O’Donnellan & Joyce and Grant Thornton pack the Harbour Hotel for Property for the Future conference
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers and Grant Thornton recently held a public conference in Harbour Hotel for anyone interested in investment properties and self-administered pensions. The John B Keane room was packed to capacity with 152 attendees.
For a growing number of people, the possibility of owning their own home is becoming less and less likely. A shortage of supply and significant growth in house prices means that for more and more people renting is the only viable housing option, according to Diarmaid O’Sullivan, Regional Services Manager, Threshold.
The residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have reported their busiest start to a year since the downturn in 2007/08. Their latest statistics indicate that first time buyers and those trading up are the most active buyers in the current marketplace. Based on the same period last year, the Galway city based agent has seen a 12 per cent increase in the volume of houses sold, with a 13 per cent average increase in prices achieved across the city and the surrounding suburbs. While the agents are delighted with the latest figures, which are slightly higher than the average reported house prices nationwide, they are fully aware that there is a major supply problem in Galway at present.
Property: 102 Sliabh Rua, Moate
Rooney auctioneers has been appointed as letting agent for two prestigious and very much sought after developments – Faustina, Tuam Road, and Racecourse Technology Park, Ballybrit.
Private sector rents increased by 7.37 per cent in the first quarter of 2017, according to the latest Quarterly Rent Index from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB).
Property agents in the Leinster region expect house prices to continue to rise for the next three years.