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On Friday February 26 at 12 noon, renowned auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan welcomed the world into his digital auction room which was broadcast remotely through Brandt Studios in Co Galway. Speaking through smartphones, tablets, and computers in homes and offices across the country, Mr O’Donnellan outlined how the way he does business has changed dramatically since this time last year and how his digital auction room had transformed the way that property sales are conducted.
Well known Irish auction house O’Donnellan & Joyce has completed its final property sale of 2020 with great success. The Galway based estate agency held its latest live stream property auction on Friday last, December 11, in what the team have dubbed their ‘digital auction room’. Combining the physical auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan with the digital auction platform of live viewers and bidders, the company pioneers the 'phygital' property auction in Ireland.
The Connacht Property Auction held its 2020 summer auction last Thursday, July 2. Due to the current restrictions, the auction had to be held online and not in an auction room as normal, but the company saw some record bid levels with more than 75 bids received on some of the auction properties. The auction offered a wide range of family homes, builder’s projects, and land from around the province. The summer months are traditionally the busiest time of year for property transactions, and with a lot of pent up demand in the market, viewing levels and bidding levels are extremely strong at present.
June 8 was the light at the end of the tunnel for many working in the property industry as property viewings recommenced and auctioneers around the country reacquainted themselves with the roads and housing estates in their local areas. Large volumes of viewings were requested and booked well in advance by those who have funds in place and eagerly await the closing of a deal on their future new home.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold nationwide property auctions in Galway city on July 3 and 24. The auctions will be held remotely and interested parties can register to bid by telephone and online. As there will be no live audience, other than those conducting the phone and internet bidding on behalf of intending purchasers, the auction can be watched live online.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, continues to have success via its online auction platform, despite the current restrictions.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has supported three local charities thanks to the bidders who took part in the company's charity auction on Friday last. There was enormous interest in the three fantasy lots which went under the hammer on Friday with auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan on the podium during the live streamed event. Three fictional properties were constructed by the auction team for entertainment purposes only, and they sure did entertain.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, is still taking entries for its online auctions, which continue to run frequently throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland. The company is in a unique position to handle sales via its online bidding platform. Buyers can view legal documents before bidding, and once satisfied they can bid via the online auction. The platform also allows for contracts to be exchanged online, making the transaction as easy as possible in the current crisis.
Nationwide Auctioneers O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold a fantasy property auction at 12 noon tomorrow to raise funds for charity. This is an auction with a difference in that the auctioneer will donate money to a charity of the winner's choice.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, is still taking entries for its online auctions, which continue to run frequently throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland.