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Properties are still being sold online

Thursday, 29th October, 2020 10:16am

Several online property auctions are due to take place before 2020 comes to an end.

This includes IAM Sold’s Munster Property Auction which will take place today, 29 October, with two others planned on 26 November and 17 December. The company said its online auctions are in high demand over the past few months.

Sales Manager, Liam Farragher said: “In response to the Government’s decision to move the country to Level 5 last week, the Property Regulator (PSRA) have announced new, temporary, guidelines for the property sector.

“One important guideline to note is property viewings may still go ahead where the property is vacant and all social distancing and HSE and Government procedures are followed. Engineers, BER assessors and bank appointed valuers may also be permitted to enter properties. With the current housing need and lack of supply, this allows auctioneers to safely market and sell properties where it is safe to do so.”

Joma, Carrigaline Road, Douglas

This is offered at bids over €299,000 in partnership with property partners Matt Fallon and is a spacious three-bedroom, detached bungalow with a beautiful conservatory leading to the well kept rear garden area. The house is in need of some modernisation internally.

Carrignassa, Inch, Killeagh

This three-bedroom property has been extended in the past but is now in need of some renovation works. The property revolves around a large light-filled family room incorporating a kitchen at one end and a family area with fuel efficient solid fuel stove at the other. It is being offered at bids over €80,000 in partnership with Hyde Property.

8 Ardgroom Leisure Village, Ardgroom, Bantry

This is offered at bids over €110,000 in partnership with JJ O'Sullivan Estate Agents. It is a three-bedroom terraced house situated in Ardgroom and which is close to shops, pubs and restaurants.

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