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Colleran auctioneers maintained its 100 per cent success rate last week with its final auction of the year. Don Colleran has been reporting for some months now that property prices within the city centre were on the rise, in some cases by as much as 20 per cent. Housing stock within the city centre has now reached alarmingly low levels both for those looking for investment and for family homes. Buyers are now reporting great difficulty and frustration in finding suitable properties.
With most of the media reports only focusing on the increase in property prices in Dublin, Don Colleran believes that Galway city centre has outperformed the capital as Galway still remains a destination city for those looking for a property investment which would give them a year round return and the additional expectation of capital appreciation.
With reports that property prices have turned the corner in Galway city centre with increases of up to 15 per cent reported in some parts of the city, property on the market at an AMV of €60,000, such as one house being offered at Colleran auctioneers’ next auction, may soon be a thing of the past.
On January 21 2012, my dear brother Eamonn suddenly and unexpectedly passed on to join St Peters Heavenly Band. Eamonn was born in Grealishtown beside the new cemetery where he now rests.
A 28-year-old man accused of allegedly tresspassing in a building and falsely imprisoning a woman has been sent forward for trial.
A teenager who was found driving a stolen car while under the influence of an intoxicant on two separate occasions, and charged with stealing a camera, being highly intoxicated and aggressive in a public place, and for abusing schoolchildren in Eyre Square, has been sentenced to 12 months in jail.
A Ballybane man who stole €23,000 from the glove box of a local businessman’s car and attempted to steal the cash box from a city centre dental clinic has been jailed for six months.