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Among the properties featuring in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s July auctions are two properties offering value for money in great locations.
2014 is proving to be a busy year for leading property agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, launching its fourth series of auctions for the year. The July auctions follow on from the successful April auctions which yielded excellent results for the company and its clients. “We are seeing a lot of activity in the marketplace,” according to Alan Maxwell, who heads the auction division at the company. “There is a definite appetite to buy out there and confidence is returning to the market. People are seeking value but they are also seeking quality and well-presented properties. Our open viewings are proving very successful in the lead-up to the auctions. There is a lot of interest in the properties and people are keen to purchase.”
After a torrid period of narrow defeats Connacht lifted the gloom in Bayonne last Saturday evening with a surprise 35-21 victory away to the high flying Basque side. The westerners built up an early lead, withstood a strong fightback and finished with two well taken tries in the final ten minutes to take a memorable victory.
There was a packed auction room in the Victoria Hotel when O’Donnellan & Joyce placed four properties up for sale by public auction last Friday. There was a substantial number of buyers along with people who attended out of curiosity, and there was a sense of amazement at the intense bidding for some of the properties and the tremendous value that was obtained on others.
Galway Airport bosses have lashed out at Michael O’Leary’s recent suggestions that there is no future for the airport.
Galway Chamber has voiced fears that Galway City is in serious danger of losing out to Cork, Limerick and Dublin in relation to vital infrastructure and investment projects.
Taking advantage of the spin-off from the London Olympic Games of 2012 and next year’s Volvo Ocean Race should be uppermost in the minds of Galway businesses, according to the newly-elected president of Galway Chamber.