Reduced prices are good news for buyers

It’s a good time to be in the market to buy a house — as well as a wide choice of property available, there is also a great deal of value available at the moment. Many vendors genuinely want to sell their properties and are willing to reduce the asking price of their properties, quite substantially in some cases.

“The market is jam packed at the moment with houses for sale and while this provides plenty of choice it also makes it difficult for buyers to identify real value,” said Fergal Leonard MIPAV of RE/MAX Property West. “It takes a lot of time and energy to shortlist properties and compare pricing before even beginning to view houses.”

Now is an excellent time to seek out real value in the market with plenty of genuine vendors who are willing to negotiate, looking for genuine buyers.

Coolough, Castlegar

This home is ideally located in a tranquil setting, surrounded by green fields, while still only a five minute drive to Galway city centre. Coolough village is one of the few remaining villages within Galway city and is a cul-de-sac, which makes it extremely safe. The village is occupied mostly by young families and it is an ideal place to rear children. It is just a five minute walk to the newly refurbished Briarhill National School, while Briarhill Business Park, the Clayton Hotel, and the new Briarhill Shopping Centre are all about 10 minutes’ walk from the village.

The house comprises a sitting room, kitchen, and dining room, utility, wc, and study/playroom on the ground floor. The first floor has four bedrooms with the master en suite and a bathroom; both the en suite and bathroom are newly tiled from floor to ceiling. The attic is also converted with a full stairs leading to two further rooms. Outside the garden is landscaped and includes a large detached garage.

Asking price reduced from €610,000 to €395,000.

No 9 Garraí Glas, Corofin

This is a quality owner occupied four bedroom detached house in a lovely residential estate of detached houses located in the centre of Corofin village. This home has been owner occupied since it was built in 2004. The estate is very well maintained and is very spacious with a large green area. The house is extremely well finished and maintained with quality carpets, tiling, built in wardrobes, and a beautiful rear garden with a patio. There are double doors between the sitting room and kitchen/dining and French doors from the kitchen/dining to the rear patio area. The spacious utility room also has a back door.

Asking price reduced from €300,000 to €250,000.

Balrobuck Beg, Corrandulla

A large four bed detached house with conservatory, finished to a builder’s finish. There is also a large detached shed built to the rear of this property. The front garden is currently landscaped and kerbed — the rear garden will be landscaped also on completion. This is a substantial property only 0.7km from the Galway/Headford Road and approximately 3km from the village of Corrandulla.

Asking price reduced from €495,000 to €395,000.

Cloonbiggeen, Claregalway

This five bed detached house is circa 2,015sq ft and comes with a garage of circa 250sq ft. There are five bedrooms on the first floor with one en suite and a family bathroom (fully tiled ). On the ground floor there is a sitting room with open fireplace, family/dining room with sliding door to the back, a kitchen with solid oak fitted units, and a utility. This property is set on circa 0.5 acre of tranquillity but still only 1.2km from the bustling village of Claregalway. It is near the main Galway/Sligo road and also the Oranmore road which leads to Dublin and Limerick.

Asking price reduced from €530,000 to €349,000.

For more information on all these properties contact Fergal Leonard MIPAV of RE/MAX Property West, Tuam Road, on (087 ) 2360274 or (091 ) 73 50 60.



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