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Leading residential estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is once again leading from the front with one of its latest offerings to the first time buyer market. No 11 Cloch Ard on Bothar Stiofan is a prime residential starter home which should appeal to those seeking a property which ticks all the boxes.
With the mortgage interest relief due to come to an end by the end of the year, Galway City based agents Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip AND Leonard are offering first time buyers the opportunity to take advantage of the remaining time left before it comes to an abrupt halt.
For that increasingly rare breed, the first time buyer, now may be the moment to alert you to one or two issues which could assist your decision making process and more specifically, whether now is the time to take that leap into property ownership (or not).
Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has recently brought to the open market an outstanding three bedroom property which would be an ideal first time buyer’s home. The property itself is beautifully presented in first class decorative order and condition and offers modern spacious living accommodation.
An important change in stamp duty was announced in last week’s Budget, according to Michelle Burke of Premier Properties.
Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has recently brought to the open market a very attractive three bedroom semidetached residence in Lurgan Park. The outstanding feature of the property is its asking price at the reduced level of €209,000 which even in today’s market represents excellent value. The property would be an ideal first time buyer’s home and is ready for immediate occupation.
Following the recent announcements about the companies new merger, Galway’s most progressive property firm Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is pleased to announce its upcoming winter auction. The latest offerings to go under the hammer are a diverse range of lots which will appeal to all sectors of the market and will be what auctioneer James Heaslip MIPAV promises to be an engaging event: “All the properties which we are promoting offer a mix, which will appeal to a range of buyers from across the spectrum. The one thing that the properties have in common is that they are very attractively priced. We have advised our vendors that if they want to sell in this turbulent market then the property must be priced keenly. Our recent results show this is the case and as long as a property offers good value, then, it will sell.”
Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers has recently brought to the market a very attractive two bedroom townhouse located in the popular residential development at Laurel Park, Newcastle.
Newly listed is this outstanding residence in the well established location of Clifton Crescent in Newcastle.
A first-time buyer is someone who has not previously either individually or jointly, purchased or built, on his or her own behalf, a house in Ireland or abroad. Where there is more than one purchaser, each must come within the scope of the definition in order to avail of stamp duty exemptions. In addition, it must be your principal private residence and no rent, other than rent under the stamp duty rent a room arrangements, can be derived from the property for two years after the date of the current purchase.