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Rooney auctioneers secures national tenders

Rooney auctioneers & chartered surveyors has been successful in two recent national tenders, beating competition from a number of the country’s leading property firms.

Take a trip on the show boat

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THE COTTON Blossom show boat sails the Mississippi River entertaining passengers with its variety shows, but underneath the laughter and song, the performers and crew must endure racial prejudice, forbidden love, and the constraints of a society where intolerance is in plentiful supply.

Guide published on new legislation affecting apartment owners

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The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has launched a guide to new legislation on apartment ownership, outlining how the law will affect developers and owners.

Modern Ardfry home offers ocean views, private beach, castle, and countryside

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Here is your opportunity to own a wonderful property on Ardfry Peninsula, one of the most sought after areas in the west of Ireland. Situated approximately eight miles south-east of Galway city just outside Oranmore village, Ardfry Peninsula juts out into Galway Bay. The property is located adjacent to Ardfry Castle and offers amazing uninterrupted views of the ocean, sailing boats, the Burren, and surrounding countryside. The property is also within walking distance of the local primary school, shops, church, and recreational amenities yet the area abounds with peace and tranquillity.

Time for educated strategic maneouvres, says Ronan Rooney

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The first chartered surveyor in Galway, property arbitrator and personal development author Ronan Rooney has the mix of qualifications and experience to give a definitive balance view of the world we now find ourselves in.

Stability to return to market this year — Rooney’s

According to Ronan Rooney of Rooney auctioneers and chartered surveyors the firm has recently experienced a rise in the number of enquiries and subsequent viewings in both the residential and commercial markets. The level of enquiries to the office last week measured about 60 per cent of the levels experienced at the height of 2006. This is quite probably as a result of the combination of a number of factors. The end of January has traditionally been a time where potential purchasers/tenants begin to enquire. In addition the low interest rates are most likely beginning to have an effect with value being perceived for the first time since the last quarter of 2006.

Rooney secures commercial lettings in challenging times

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Despite difficulties in the commercial property market, Rooney auctioneers and chartered surveyors has reported renewed lettings activity in city centre and business park premises.

 

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