IAM Sold Property Auctions will hold its annual nationwide holiday home auction on July 18 in The Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin. The event will be added to the company's current auction events — the Leinster, Munster, and Connacht Property Auctions — and will offer holiday home properties from across Ireland. The auction team are now inviting anyone looking to purchase or sell a holiday home in Ireland to contact them. The auction will offer a mix of houses and apartments in coastal areas, rural cottages, and more high end properties in scenic locations.
Company director Patrick Folan said: “The Holiday Home Property Auction will offer buyers the opportunity to view and purchase a wide range of holiday homes throughout the country. There will be a particular focus on coastal areas and also properties that include small parcels of adjoining land. Anyone looking to buy or sell a holiday home this summer should make contact with us and we will advise from there. There is no cost for the homeowner to enter a property into the auction and each property will receive excellent exposure across Ireland, in both local and national press adverts, and outside Ireland through our online and newspaper campaigns. We already have a large volume of buyers coming to the market looking for their perfect getaway or indeed retirement home, and the Holiday Home Auction has proven very successful in recent years.”
The holiday home event will be held as part of the company’s Leinster Property Auction on July 18. The auction team are confident that this event will attract buyers from Ireland, the UK, and further afield. There will be additional advertising aimed at the UK market via property websites including www.rightmove.co.uk and the auction team have said they will also be running special feature adverts across the UK and Ireland. These adverts will aim to attract UK and international buyers coming into Ireland over the summer months.
Mr Folan added: “We are seeing increased demand for holidays homes in Ireland from buyers in the US, Europe, and the UK in particular and this specialised auction will help to bring buyers of holiday homes together. With weather conditions improving as we come into the summer months, the properties will look their best, and now is a great time for potential buyers to come and explore the properties we have to offer.”
The Holiday Home Auction has been a huge success for IAM Sold Property Auctions over the past few years with a large turnout of buyers and the team are confident that the trend with continue this year.
In addition to the Dublin auction on July 18, the company has auctions taking place in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway, on July 4, and in The Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, on July 11.