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O’Donnellan and Joyce’s final all-day property auction of the year on Friday December 12 saw property sales reach €6.2 million. Residential property sales in the afternoon reached €4.5 million, with many first time buyers in evidence around the auction room such was the value on offer. In the morning €1.7 million in property sales was reached with cash buyers and investors Christmas shopping ahead of the December 31 capital gains tax deadline.
Leading local agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is gearing up for its penultimate auctions of 2014, which will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel tomorrow, November 21, at 3pm.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its forthcoming auction on Friday December 12 with all 50 properties opened at the weekend for the general public to view.
Leading local agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is gearing up for its final auctions of 2014. The successful September auctions hosted by the company confirmed the interest by both first time buyers and investors in the market and the same trend looks set to continue for the November auctions.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially launched McDonald’s Castlebar restaurant last weekend following its extensive €350,000 refurbishment. The 93 seater restaurant, which is situated on the Lower Western Road, employs 75 staff from the local area and is owned and operated by Rhoda and Martin Cramp. The refurbishment work was carried out entirely by local tradespeople, including builders, plumbers, painters, and air conditioning technicians from the Castlebar area.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers to hold the largest property auction in the west of Ireland tomorrow
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will hold the largest property auction ever held in the west of Ireland tomorrow (Friday) with 70 properties going under the auction hammer. The auction takes place in the Harbour Hotel and it expected to be packed to capacity — according to the company agents have been overwhelmed with enquires locally, across the country, and from abroad.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has just launched details of its forthcoming auction on October 3, when the company will place more than 70 properties under the auctioneer’s hammer.
A Ballyhaunis man who pleaded guilty to an assault charge arising out of an incident where he ended up throwing a pint glass at a barmaid and narrowly missing her has had the sentencing in his case adjourned until April 1, while a probation report is carried out on him. However, he was warned by Judge Mary Devins that this was something she was taking very seriously and “could warrant a custodial sentence.”
O’Donnellan & Joyces auction attracted enormous interest when the agents placed 18 properties under the hammer in their November auction. The auction which was held in the Harbour Hotel, Galway and attracted interest both locally, nationally, and also internationally with large interest from Irish people overseas who viewed the auction live online on the agents’ website www.odonnjoyce.com. The auction room itself was packed to capacity with standing room only.
The property at Gloves sold for €31,000 while the property at Lenamore sold for €44,000. These properties attracted more than 10 bidders each.