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Members of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) received their Recognised European Valuer, or REV Certificate, at a function in the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, recently. The certificates were co-presented by the Minister of State at the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Brian Hayes, and the chairman of TEGoVA, the European Valuers’ representative body, Roger Messenger. Among those to receive their certificates was Caroline Kirrane, Kirrane auctioneering, Main Street, Ballyhaunis.
Leading Galway property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has just announced the launch of the city’s first property auctions of 2014. Following a hugely successful auction series in 2013, the St Francis Street-based agent is once again leading with its latest offering, bringing 15 lots to the market in what promises to be an engaging event for all involved.
Power and Associates, chartered surveyors, valuers and estate agents, has recently concluded a commercial letting at No 2 Flood Street, Galway.
Rooney auctioneers & chartered surveyors has been successful in two recent national tenders, beating competition from a number of the country’s leading property firms.
Home owners across Galway city and county will receive letters in March telling them how much their home is worth and how much should be paid under the property tax.
Mullery auctioneers is urgently seeking residential properties for sale. Due to recent sales by the agents and genuine demand, the company now requires residential properties for sale in most areas.
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has launched a guide to new legislation on apartment ownership, outlining how the law will affect developers and owners.
Leading home builder O’Malley Construction is opening showhouses and a marketing suite this Sunday as a part of a three-week sales initiative across its developments in Galway.
The decline in property prices in Connaught/Donegal continues, but at a lesser pace than a year ago.
Galway solicitors Purdy FitzGerald are reporting a surge in businesses seeking to reduce their rates liability. The action is promoted by upcoming local authority budgets which may include a commercial rates hike.