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City auctions set to cause a stir

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Two excellent properties are to be offered for sale by public auction tomorrow in what should give an excellent indication of the property market in the city. The spring-time auctions will see two very different properties go under the hammer in what director James Heaslip promises to be an engaging event.

Callanan hosts meeting to help mortgage holders in trouble

A public meeting to discuss the possibility of setting up a Galway Mortgage Holders Association to represent the growing numbers of mortgage holders getting into difficulties will be held this Monday in the Westwood Hotel at 8pm.

Westmeath rents fall 12 per cent

Rents in Westmeath are approximately 12 per cent lower than they were a year ago, according to the latest figures from Ireland’s busiest property website

Country living at its best

No 14 Caisleán Cúirte, Corofin, is an exceptional property comprising approximately 1,922sq ft of well finished interior with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.

Ballyhaunis local area plan to be implemented by December

Twenty six hectares of land will be required for residential zoning purposes in Ballyhaunis to cope with the expected development demands of the town up until 2018.

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Rent-to-buy schemes

Existing planning applications not affected by new Westport development plan

Planning applications granted during the lifetime of the existing Westport Town and Environs Development Plan remain valid for the lifetime of the permission, even after the new plan is adopted.

Busy times at John Quinn & Co

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John Quinn & Co is reporting a very busy period at present with a number of houses in and around the city coming on the market in the past week, all on offer at exceptionally attractive value for money prices.

Riverside setting for period city centre residence

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It’s all in the name really. How often do the whimsical, or even downright ridiculous, handles some developers attached to the properties, make one laugh in disbelief, the Sycamore Groves with not a tree to be seen; the Bay Views with a distant glimpse of a patch of water; the plainer the property, often the fancier and more meaningless the name attached.

Money makes the world go around

Kilkenny houses are in the news in a big way this week - some for good reasons and some - for reasons that could be construed as good or bad - depending on what side of the fence you are at.


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