Search Results for 'online auction'
29 results found.
Residential development opportunity in Doughiska among Galway properties to be offered via online auction
A residential development opportunity in Doughiska – comprising three incomplete apartments and a half-acre site with two incomplete semidetached houses – will be offered at an online auction early next month, with a guide price of €900,000.
Galway city based auctioneers River Property Group offered a fine development opportunity via online auction on March 25 which attracted significant interest in the lead up to the auction. The lands were offered via the IAM Sold auction platform and included approximately seven acres of lands located on Station Road, Newcastle West, Co Limerick.
IAM Sold, which operates the Connacht, Munster, Leinster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions in partnership with 300 established auctioneers, is currently listing for its upcoming online auctions. With a comprehensive schedule of 11 auction dates in each region during 2021, there are regular dates for sellers and buyers to choose from. The auction provider was the first to offer properties for sale via online auction in Ireland back in 2012. The company notes a lot of upgrades and improvements have been made since it initially built that platform nine years ago. These years of experience have allowed it to lead the field in terms of online bidding. With more than 4,000 successful sales in 2020, it remains the largest auction provider in Ireland and the UK.
Oates Auctioneers have enjoyed continued success in recent months selling properties via their online auction platform throughout the lockdown period.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its next online auction event on Thursday November 19. This is the company's second last auction of the year, with the final online auction taking place on December 17. In recent years, the months of November and December have been particularly strong in terms of property sales, both for residential and commercial property. The auction team are now working with buyers and vendors, who are keen to have a sale achieved between now and Christmas, and expect a flurry of activity in the end of year run in.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has recently been instructed with the sale of a site in Radharc na Farraige in the Knocknacarra area on the western outskirts of Galway city. Being brought to the market with planning for a detached two storey residence, this corner site is located at the end of a cul-de-sac in a well-established residential development.
IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, has announced its most successful quarter to date selling more than 200 properties throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland. Its online auctions service has experienced continued success throughout the past few months and has proven a great option for property owners looking to sell during this unusual year.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market, by way of online auction, a two-storey detached residence in the townland of Shannafreaghoge, Furbo. Built in the early 1900s, this charming farmhouse comprises almost 1,200sq ft of living space and, although in need of considerable renovation to be brought up to modern living standards, it offers huge potential with gorgeous views of the Clare hills and the surrounding countryside.
REA McGreal Burke is continuing and growing the success of its online auction platform, bidnow.ie. On September 17 the company will offer 10 assets for sale across Mayo and Galway. Reserves start at €30,000.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its online auction next week, and according to the auction team inquiry levels have been extremely strong over the last couple of months.