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With the first of the Irish summer property auctions hardly over, O’Donnellan & Joyce is gearing up for the next live stream auction, set to take place on Friday July 23 at 12 noon. With just over 40 lots promised to go under the hammer on the day, the auction catalogue promises to have something for everyone. July’s mix of auction properties for sale include farmlands, former Garda stations, commercial premises, country homes, urban pads, and even a cottage on Inishbofin. The full auction catalogue is available to view on www.odonnjoyce.com.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Northern Ireland Property Auction, says it has seen stock levels increase gradually over the past month - up 4.5 per cent from last month but still down 29 per cent on same period last year.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its next online auction today, April 29, and is continuing to take entries for its 2021 summer auctions, which take place on June 3 and July 1.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its next online auction event on Thursday November 19. This is the company's second last auction of the year, with the final online auction taking place on December 17. In recent years, the months of November and December have been particularly strong in terms of property sales, both for residential and commercial property. The auction team are now working with buyers and vendors, who are keen to have a sale achieved between now and Christmas, and expect a flurry of activity in the end of year run in.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, still has a number of online auction events taking place before the end of the year. The next Connacht Property Auction will take place on November 19 and the final event of 2020 to be held online on December 17. The company says its online auctions are in high demand over the past few months and are offering buyers and sellers the chance to transact their properties without any need for usual travel and interactions needed with other sale processes.
Friday October 30 is a date that will be remembered in the O’Donnellan & Joyce offices for many years to come. With more than 4,000 people tuning in to watch the live stream property auction, this has been the most successful auction to date in 2020 for the Galway based auction house.
The Connacht Property Auction is expecting strong interest from buyers over the next few weeks as the team prepare for their final auction events of 2020, which begin today, October 22, with the final events to be held online on November 19 and December 17. Shane May from The Connacht Property Auction commented: “In recent years we have seen extremely high market activity in October and November with many people hoping to buy or sell before the Christmas period.”
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is staying ahead of the pandemic by keeping its staff and buyers safe throughout its October auction campaign. Having launched on October 1, the 30-plus catalogue of properties has attracted great attention from across the country and indeed abroad. The digital catalogue can be accessed any time from anywhere. With a wide variety of properties available on both the west coast and the east coast, the auction team have been busy over the past weeks organising property viewings that comply with regulations for the health and safety of all involved.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has a selection of rural family homes for sale in its upcoming live stream property auction on Friday October 30. The auction will be streamed on the O’Donnellan & Joyce website and social media platforms and will combine phone, internet, and proxy bidding with auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan on the podium. There will be no audience permitted to attend the auction and all bidders must register to bid in advance of the auction.
In 1839 Catherine Cohalan, from Aughrim Co Galway, was abducted from her home by a man named James Cohalan probably a cousin. Here her seizure had been agreed by the couple beforehand because Catherine did not want to marry Michael Campbell, a man whom her father had arranged for her to marry the following week.