With more people getting approval to buy, now is an excellent time to purchase property in Longford.
The Leinster Property Auction team is also encouraging local property owners to get in contact with them for a free property valuation as spring and summer will become some of the busiest periods of the year.
Meanwhile a number of local properties will go to auction in the coming days.
Offered at bids over €115,000 in partnership with Martin Shortt Auctioneers, Virginia, a fantastic three bedroom bungalow at Ohill, Drumlish is now up for grabs.
The property is in good condition throughout and has the added benefit of a large garden area with a Garden Shed and planning for Garage. Viewing is recommended.
Over in Longford town at No 45 Main Street and offered at bids of over €160,000 in partnership with Padraic Davis Auctioneering, a commercial and residential property has just been offered for sale.
A mixed use, three storey building containing three apartments and a ground floor shop unit, this premises also boasts an extension to the rear that may be used as a 4th apartment, subject to the necessary planning permissions.
The residential units include a large three bedroomapartment along with two one bedroom apartments and would make an ideal investment property offering a strong rental yield.
Patrick Folan, Director of The Leinster Property Auction said that because more people were being provided with mortgages, now was an excellent time for those considering selling their properties.
“We are encouraging property owners to get in contact with our auction team to arrange for a free property valuation as Spring and Summer will be some of the busiest periods of the year,” added Mr Folan.
“We are now taking entries for our 45 day online auction as well as our upcoming public auctions on May 11 next.”
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