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To buy or not to buy? This is the question that is haunting all potential buyers. Has the market finally bottomed out? According to the ESRI’s latest economic commentary, which delivered another positive assessment of Ireland’s property market and economic recovery, they have predicted a growth of 3.4 per cent this year and 3.8 per cent in 2015.
Allsop Space recorded strong sales at a packed RDS for their latest property auction. A total of 160 properties sold with a total sales value of €48m.
Allsop Space have announced that it will offer 224 residential and commercial properties, including five properties from County Westmeath, under the hammer at its next public auction at the RDS on May 2. This is an increase of approximately 20 per cent on the recent February auction. The reserve total is €37m.
A lot of 15 residential units in Ballinrobe has been sold for just under €100,000.
A number of Mayo properties are going under the hammer at an Allsop auction in Dublin on February 25.
The first auction of 2013, in what will be the largest auction held in Ireland to date, will feature a massive 155 properties, comprising 109 residential and 49 commercial lots with a combined reserve of €15.4 million, and will include 73 houses, 27 apartments, 24 retail, seven pubs, and two hotels.
A country cottage in Leitrim is to be offered for sale at a reserve price of €7,500 at an upcoming property auction, due to take place in Dublin at the Shelbourne Hotel on Thursday March 1, which will include a number of ‘distressed properties’; also on offer are three Enniscrone Marella Holiday Village two-four bedroom houses, whose individual reserve price is not to exceed €55,000, as well as a Galway city centre two-bed townhouse, located over the Eyre Square Shopping Centre, starting at just €75,000. Also included is a vacant flat in Clifden, €55,000. No Mayo properties are included on the list.