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2018 proves successful year for homes under the hammer

Wednesday, 19th December, 2018 5:00pm

The Iam Sold Property Auction team is celebrating an impressive run of 15 successful public auction events across Munster, Leinster and Connacht.

In addition to the public auction, the company’s online auction platform has gone from strength to strength in 2018 with hundreds of sales taking place on the online auction platform.

The properties offered at the auctions range from family homes, investment properties, commercial buildings, development sites along with several successful sales of agricultural holdings. IAM Sold Property Auctions are now the biggest auction house in Ireland and the UK selling over 3,000 properties in 2018.

Company directors Patrick Convey and Patrick Folan were delighted to announce a 92 per cent sold rate on properties successfully sold in Ireland alone this year.

Mr Convey said: “Our auctions are aimed at the normal property market and not distressed sales, with this in mind we are very proud to reach the 92 per cent success which was the highest sold ratio in Ireland during 2018. We are also the only auction company in Ireland who do not have any entry or marketing fees to enter a property into auction, so the pressure is on us to ensure we get results for our clients.”

The company work with over 200 partner auctioneers across Ireland and Mr Folan said that the success of the auctions is down to the large marketing campaigns it undertakes in Ireland and abroad while also working in close partnership with local partner auctioneers.

He said: “This combination of regional/national auction house in partnership with the local auctioneer offers both access to the local buying pool and the broader reach the auction ensures.”

Contact The Munster Property Auction on 021-2349696 to arrange for a free property valuation. The next public auction will take place on 28 February in the Rochestown Park Hotel with registration starting at 6.30pm.

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