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As property stock continues to drop prices continue to rise, but is there an end in sight?
The Connacht Property Auction is now taking entries for its upcoming public auction event, which takes place on May 2 in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. The company is the only auction company in Ireland which does not charge any upfront costs to enter a property into its auction. It also offers a free property valuation to their clients to guide vendors on a realistic target price.
Business Vision provides a highly professional and confidential sales consultancy service to buyers and sellers of businesses nationwide.
The Connacht Property Auction is now taking entries for its 45 day online auction, as well as the next public auction event, which takes place on April 24.
Castlebar Credit Union has launched a new campaign to promote more sustainable loans and personal finance arrangements in a bid to help people steer clear of moneylenders and payday loans.
They say that the only problem with insurance is that you do not know what you have bought until you really need it, and it is then, if you have not been advised correctly or you have failed to comply with the small print, that you might find you have nothing at all.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, Michelle Mulherin, this week called for representatives of county registrars to be invited before the Oireachtas Finance Committee to discuss how meaningful engagement by the banks can help resolve the current situation on mortgage arrears.
The past eighteen months has seen a welcome change for the fortunes of the motor trade. In relation to motor trade insurance specifically we have seen a general increase in premium levels ranging from a low of 3-5 per cent to 30 per cent and more in the cases of motor traders with claims.
There’s been some further good news on the jobs front this week following the announcement from Acorn Life Group that the company will create a further 125 roles in 2015. Acorn Life Group, whose head office is based in Galway, is Ireland’s only 100 per cent Irish-owned life assurance company.
One lucky prize bond holder in Mayo scooped €50,000 in last weekend’s draw.