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Busy time at Munster Property Auction

Thursday, 9th November, 2017 9:15am

With this year’s budget now come and gone, securing a property before the end of the year will now become the focus for many people.

The team at the Munster Property Auction are expecting a busy end to the year. The final three months of 2015 and 2016 proved particularly busy for property sales.

Patrick Convey of the Munster Property Auction said: “Traditional selling periods have become much less predictable and the final months of the year have proved extremely busy in recent years. We feel this year will be no different."

40 Lower Glanmire Road, Cork city. Offered at bids over €225,000 in partnership with Coldwell Banker Carlton Estates. This three-bed terrace house is beside Kent Station and has been recently renovated throughout.

7 Barley Cove Apartments, Barley Cove. Offered at bids over €190,000 in partnership with Martin Swanton Properties, Ballydehob. A great opportunity to acquire a three-bed apartment in a popular holiday resort. The apartment enjoys superb over Barleycove’s famous beaches.

The Munster Property Auction are currently offering a large range of properties for sale in partnership with Matt Fallon, Cork city including: 1 The Green, Aylsbury, Ballincollig. Offered at bids over €389,000, it is a quality detached residence situated in a quiet and mature estate on the western side of Ballincollig. Contact The Munster Property Auction on 021-2349696 to arrange for a free property valuation or for more information visit Next public auction is on 30 November in the Rochestown Park Hotel. Registration starts at 6.30pm.

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