Auctioneer Loretta Dowd celebrates five years in business

Loretta Dowd Auctioneer & Valuer is celebrating five years in business this month. Loretta set up her business Loretta Dowd Property Lettings in April 2011, covering the local region. 

  They were difficult times, but in 2012, the sales market began to improve and Loretta, having over eleven years’ auctioneering experience at that time, decided that she would expand her business to sales/valuations and lettings.

  She is delighted that her business has gone from strength to strength and says that it has been all made possible by the people who have supported her during really trying times.

  “A big ‘thank you’ to all,” said Loretta. “I look forward to their continued support going forward.”

  Loretta has built a strong reputation for offering impeccable customer service, attention to detail and the benefit of her extensive knowledge of the industry.

  Whether you are thinking of buying or selling a property, whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, Loretta is on hand to offer you expert advice and assistance.

  Loretta’s goal is to provide a high-quality professional service that is second to none, coupled with the core values of integrity, honesty and excellent customer care.

  Loretta Dowd Auctioneers aims to make selling or letting your property as stress-free as possible, offering independent professional service and advice that helps to promote and market your property in order to achieve the optimum price and speed of sale.

  Loretta said that she takes great pride in her customer care and in the way business is conducted. Her aim is to provide a service that her clients feel happy to recommend to others. Service excellence comes as standard.

  Loretta Dowd Properties specialise in residential sales and lettings and commercial sales and lettings, based just three miles from Roscommon town, and covering the areas of Roscommon/Galway/Longford and Westmeath.

  Ms. Dowd reported that there has been a considerable increase in enquiries regarding properties and sales.

  “There is a shortage of houses for sale at present in all areas, while the number of enquiries regarding sales has increased significantly,” she said.