Longford homes go under the hammer at Leinster auction

Longford homes go under the hammer at Leinster auction

Two Longford properties were among a string of premises to have  gone under the hammer at a recently held Leinster Property Auction in Dublin.

The auction recorded a 100 per cent success rate in what was the organisation's first public auction  of 2017.

The two Longford properties included a 3 bed semi-detached house which was sold in partnership with Padraic Davis Auctioneers Longford.

There was equally strong interest in a second Longford based property at Palace Crescent.

Subject to strong pre-auction interest with a large number of parties registering their interest early on, a  sale was eventually agreed for €46,000 much to the   delight of its  new owner.

Patrick Folan, Director of the Leinster Property Auction said: “All the team  are delighted to have achieved a clean sweep in our first auction event of the year. 

“It is a feat that is not achieved too often at multi lot auction events so we were delighted with the result.”

Besides the healthy interest that was directed towards the two Longford properties, there was plenty of attention focused on residential homes, commercial properties and agricultural lands from across the province.

“The success of our auctions is down to the large marketing campaigns we undertake in Ireland and abroad while also working in close partnership with local auctioneers,” said Mr Folan.

“ This combination of both access to the local buying pool and the broader reach of the auction ensures we have the best chance of finding buyers for the properties we offer. 

“We are 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.