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The trouble with superlatives is that they become meaningless with overuse. Nowhere is this more evident than in estate agents’ parlance. How often does a reader’s lip curl slightly in amusement on reading the exaggerated claims attributed to your modest three bed semi in an estate of a couple of hundred virtually identical houses? The general rule of thumb is there cannot be too many flowing adjectives in any brochure or promotional real estate literature.
The team in Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are confident that they will continue their outstanding recent run with their latest auction offerings tomorrow in the Imperial Hotel in Eyre Square. At 3pm, the progressive property firm will begin its June auctions which bring to the market a diverse mix of properties which will appeal to all sectors.
A property which was on the market just two years ago at a price in excess of €500,000 has just been put back on the market at a reduced price that will certainly raise a few eyebrows.
Just brought to the open market is a fine example of quality and craftsmanship that has stood the test of time for over four decades. No 83 Devon Park, Salthill, really does stand out and will definitely have great appeal to a busy and growing family.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, one of Galway’s most progressive estate agents, is continuing with its excellent start to the first half of 2011 with the launch of two impressive homes on the outskirts of Galway city. Having been instructed with a number of high profile sales since the beginning of the year, the city based firm will hold open viewings this weekend in two outstanding luxury homes in Claregalway and Oranmore. Both properties are new to the market and offer excellent value for anyone seeking upmarket homes in much sought after locations.
The Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square, was a flurry of activity last Friday for the spring auction held by Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard. The first floor lounge, overlooking a sun kissed Eyre Square, was alive with the vigour of the spring season and in keeping with the glorious sunshine, the auction team were full of enthusiasm for the day’s auctions. Learning from the experiences of the last auction held by Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard in November, bidders arrived early and the room filled up briskly so that by 3pm when auctioneer James Heaslip MIPAV took to the floor only standing room remained.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering four home options in and around the village of Claregalway.
The beginning of the year has already seen some very positive results for Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard with some notable sales being achieved. Pricing, naturally, has played a key role in getting purchasers to take that precarious step and to sign on the dotted line. However the major factor contributing to the company’s excellent first quarter of the year has been the tenacity and experience that more than 100 years of combined knowledge in one office brings to the table. It is this experience that has seen the city based agents receive instructions to offer to the market a unique property in the scenic suburb of Rusheen Bay on the outskirts of Galway city.
Following on from the success of its winter 2010 auctions, one of Galway city’s most progressive property groups is set to build on its momentum with its latest offerings in its spring 2011 auctions. Having had some excellent results last year on the auction floor, the city based firm, Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, hopes to have another packed room taking advantage of the quality and value on offer in its March auction tomorrow.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard has had a busy start to the year. Following the launch of the company’s spring auctions, it is now bringing to the market Cúirt Eigis in Ballybane, which offers a unique opportunity for investors and owner occupiers to acquire affordable apartments in a modern complex.