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The Galway City Council received 16 complaints last year about unauthorised letting of properties in the city.
In the recent Focus Ireland report on homelessness it was revealed that one of the primary reasons those experiencing homelessness left their last stable home was due to their landlord selling the property, given the divergence in the treatment for tax purposes of private landlords versus various fund investors in residential property, according to IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers.
Property: 20 Clibborn Way, Moate, Co. Westmeath, N37 EA37
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) Annual Residential Property Review and Outlook report reveals that estate agents across the country believe demand will increase across all property types with national house prices anticipated to increase by four per cent this year. The report expects Connacht prices to increase by five per cent in 2019, down from eight per cent as reported in 2018.
Galway city estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has received the 2018 DNG Franchise of the Year award at the DNG National Conference, which took place in the K Club last Friday. The annual awards event was attended by more than 60 offices, with the awards being based on standards of service, business acumen, and professionalism.
The chief executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, has said that the council would be open to using compulsory purchase orders to acquire vacant homes in former council estates, that had been purchased by former tenants, but that had become derelict in recent times.
The delay in submitting a planning application for the new emergency department at UHG is "unacceptable", especially as the current department is "not fit for purpose".
Mullery auctioneers has reported exceptionally strong demand for starter homes throughout 2018 and this demand looks set to continue into 2019.
As the residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard approach the end of another successful year, they are wrapping up the last few sales with less than two weeks of the year to go. Kyle O’Brien and the residential sales division have had another very promising and positive year, listing and selling more than 100 properties across Galway city and county. With 89 per cent of these properties achieving in excess of their initial asking price, they continue to show why they are among the leading agents in the west of Ireland.