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Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a spacious first floor apartment in the Dunaras student development on Bishop O’Donnell Road. Dunaras boasts a superb location within a short walk of both NUIG and UHG and is close to local amenities including shopping centres, local shops, and public transport.
TWM expects strong demand for No 32 Newcastle Road, Galway, which it is bringing to the market for sale. This semidetached two storey over basement mixed use investment building is situated within a busy location on the fringe of Galway city centre, immediately opposite University Hospital Galway.
Dublin Venture Capital Firm Atlantic Bridge will visit Galway tomorrow Friday (Sept 30) when Investment Director at Atlantic Bridge Helen Mc Breen will be in conversation with John Breslin of NUI at the PorterShed on Friday.
Due to the lack of supply of student accommodation in the University City of Galway, TWM expects strong demand for 20 student apartments located on Seamus Quirke Road, Galway. This modern development was built in 2003 and includes 3 detached blocks of 18 student apartments and a block of mixed use retail, offices and 2 additional student apartments. TWM are seeking offers in excess of €3.2M which reflects a NIY of 8.14% (based on income as at August 2016 and assuming standard purchase costs of 4.46%).
Property: 6 Retreat Road Manor, Athlone
Minister of State for Regional Economic Development Michael Ring has welcomed the announcement that €28,000 in funding has been awarded to Mayo under the Local Diaspora Engagement Fund 2016. This funding is part of an overall funding of €350,000 which has been allocated to 105 local and community organisations around the country for projects and initiatives under the Local Diaspora Engagement Fund (LDEF) 2016.
Mandatory Pensions on the Horizon?
Juggling the family finances is a tricky business for all of us. The mortgage has to be paid each month, other loans need to be addressed, insurances must be paid, food must be put on the table, everyone must have clothes etc.… And all of this is before we even start thinking about the nicer things in life such as social outings, holidays and the rest!
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.
Huge differences in mortgage rates, and the “lack of fairness for bank customers” on variable rates, is placing “financial and emotional stress” on families across east Galway.