Search Results for 'Alan Maxwell'

70 results found.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard auction success continues in 2015

image preview

Owner occupiers and investors were out in force at the first auctions of 2015 held by DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard last Friday in the Radisson Blu Hotel. With a range of properties going under the hammer, all eyes were set on how the auction market would perform in 2015. With the agents reporting strong interest in properties in the lead up to the auction, the results on the day proved that buyers, both investors and owner occupiers, remain keen and are very much ‘in the market’ for 2015.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launches major July auction

2014 is proving to be a busy year for leading property agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, launching its fourth series of auctions for the year. The July auctions follow on from the successful April auctions which yielded excellent results for the company and its clients. “We are seeing a lot of activity in the marketplace,” according to Alan Maxwell, who heads the auction division at the company. “There is a definite appetite to buy out there and confidence is returning to the market. People are seeking value but they are also seeking quality and well-presented properties. Our open viewings are proving very successful in the lead-up to the auctions. There is a lot of interest in the properties and people are keen to purchase.”

DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard produce top results at auction

Last Friday saw leading Galway estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard build on its remarkable strike rate on the auction floor, with the first of its summer series of auctions in the Radisson Hotel.

Luxury living at Cnoc Ard

image preview

With the selling season now fully under way a new listing from leading Galway agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has piqued the interest of home buyers in the locality. Cnoc Ard, which is located on the Cappagh Road midway between the city and Barna, stands on an elevated site of 0.75 acre and overlooks the rural landscape at Cappagh, yet is within a very short distance of a range of excellent schools, sports facilities, and shops.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard set new standards at April auction

image preview

Progressive Galway estate agency DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is continuing to lead the way in the west of Ireland auction market, with its much anticipated April auctions in the Radisson last Friday yielding some seriously impressive results. Offering the usual eclectic mix of properties, the Francis Street firm brought eight quality lots to the auction floor, selling seven of the lots, with the remaining property currently under offer.

First auction of the year to see DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard bring fifteen lots to the market

image preview

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.

Cluain Dara listing sees surge in interest

image preview

It seems to be that the market is showing definite signs of improvement, with the most marked changes happening at the entry level. According to agent Alan Maxwell of DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard there is a surge in demand and this is evidenced by the levels of interest in a new listing of a three bedroom semi at No 30 Cluain Dara on the Western Distributor Road. He reports a marked increase in enquiries and says that there is a shortage of quality family homes for sale in premium locations like this.

Signs of market improvements continue as DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard holds another successful auction

The veranda lounge at the Radisson Blu hotel was a hive of activity last Friday as local property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard held its September auctions on a beautiful sunny afternoon. The new venue for the city based auctioneer’s auctions appeared to appeal to the 100-plus crowd assembled, with six of the seven lots brought to the auction floor selling that afternoon.

Revitalised urban residence with a rich history on Raleigh Row

image preview

For most Galwegians, Raleigh Row is an easily identifiable area, but for visitors to the city it is a location that takes a little more explanation. It is not the Crescent or St Mary’s Rd, and it is not exactly the West but it does sit between all three locations.

Langrenus, Taylor’s Hill, and not the far side of the moon

image preview

Much and all as they would like to claim sole selling rights to that great cheese ball in the sky, city agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard is instead highlighting a lunar flavour to its latest offering in the exclusive Taylor’s Hill area.

 

Page generated in 0.0408 seconds.