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Renault is back in business in Galway as Bradley Motor Works has been appointed main dealer in the county.
Colleran auctioneers’ spring auction, which takes place next Thursday April 4, offers great value, variety, and quality, from a detached house in Ballybane with an AMV of only €50,000 to a rare opportunity to purchase a large luxury detached just off Salthill Promenade with an AMV of €460,000.
Colleran auctioneers has very tempting value at its next auction, which will take place on April 4 with six properties in Salthill, Renmore, Newcastle, and Ballybane on offer.
If you are thinking of selling up, Mullery’s auctioneers is urgently seeking residential properties for sale to meet current demand. Its agents report strong demand for houses in all areas of the city. There are shortages of houses on the market in areas such as Knocknacarra, Roscam, Renmore, Salthill, The Claddagh, Shantalla and Newcastle. There is also an improving demand for apartments in the city centre and suburbs from both investors and first-time buyers. Larger detached family homes in areas such as Knocknacarra, Salthill, Roscam and Oranmore, are sought by families looking to trade up from smaller homes.
Volunteers are needed to help raise vital funds for Galway Hospice on National Sunflower Day on Friday June 8.
John Quinn & Co has experienced a very busy start to 2012 with an array of excellent sales taking place in and around the city including a four bed detached bungalow with garage in Tirellan Heights which was less than two weeks on the market, a three bedroom semidetached residence in Cartur Mór, Clybaun Road, a three bed semidetached house in Lurgan Park in Murrough which sold within 10 days of being placed on the market, a very nice three bed semi in Ros Caoin, Roscam, and two properties disposed of in Riasc Na Rí, Bóthar Stiofáin. This was followed with sales of a three bed home in Duirling, Roscam, a three bedroom semidetached residence in Cimín Mór, and a four bed semi with converted garage at The Rise in Knocknacarra.
GALWAY HAS a chance to support its own local comedy and acting talent by getting behind a new show airing through RTÉ’s Storyland competition.
Little monitoring of bullying incidents takes place in Ireland, a new book published by a Galway-based author claims.
On Friday February 25 O’Donnellan & Joyce will bring a range of properties into the auction room, each priced to sell. For auction on the day will be four wonderful properties from various locations in the city. Two are executor sales and will be sold and two of them are not, but the owners are also anxious to sell. O’Donnellan & Joyce are synonymous with auctions in Galway and the company can safely brag that in 2010 80 per cent of all property that went into the auction room was sold, and a good percentage of the remainder sold shortly after.
With the Christmas market coming to an end in Eyre Square, having attracted tens of thousands of people to the city over the past three weeks, despite the inclement weather, the Galway Advertiser is asking shoppers across the city and county to concentrate their Christmas spend locally to save jobs and to preserve communities.