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IAMSOLD Property Auctions held its first Connacht Property Auction on November 14 2013, when 22 of the 27 properties offered were sold successfully. Since then the company has seen phenomenal growth and is fast becoming one of the major auction providers in Ireland.
ONE OF the surefire highlights of the Town Hall Theatre’s autumn programme comes next week when Ballet Ireland arrive with its staging of an enduring favourite, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.
Hot on the heels of its recent success on the auction floor with its hugely successful April auctions, leading property agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has announced details of its next auction, which will take place on Friday May 30.
Cara Pharmacy is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of their Galway store, ideally located in the heart of the city, in the premises formerly occupied by HMV.
The third and final summer auction hosted by leading Galway property firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard takes place tomorrow (Friday). Bringing the hammer down on what has been an exceptionally busy summer for the firm, Friday’s auctions will see 16 lots being brought to the market featuring a mix of commercial and residential properties.
Two words could aptly describe the ambience at the McCambridge food and wine fair on Thursday November 22 - professionalism and loyalty. Both of these elements were detectable from the moment the crowds entered the main hall of the Salthill Hotel - where the fair was held - and they were integral to the success of the event.
Top Irish economist Jim Power will give a talk on all matters money related at the Pillo Hotel, Headford Road, next Tuesday June 12 at 5.30pm.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will hold the first of its 2012 auctions tomorrow (Friday). As usual, the company will offer a range of properties, with something to suit all potential buyers.
Company directors in Connacht need to know the legal duties and responsibilities of their role, especially in times of difficulty. Failure to do so can have serious consequences, according to Tom Byrne, Kiltimagh native and president of the Institute of Directors in Ireland.
This year produced difficult working conditions for most Irish companies, with many struggling to keep above board. The property market in general failed to excite, with the ongoing trend of falling house prices and excess supply over demand. However, despite the general perception that ‘nothing is selling’, the team at Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard have had a busy year.