Connaughton prepares for March property auction

Connaughton Auctioneers are inviting anyone interested in selling their property in their multi-property auction on the 10th of March next.

  Speaking to the Roscommon People, Auctioneer Ivan Connaughton said: “Our auction in March will be the first of four auctions to be conducted by Connaughton Auctioneers in 2017. To date, four lots have been entered and we have set a limit of 8-10 properties for our first auction this year. With an increase in activity in the property market consistently over the past 18 months, we have witnessed a large volume of sellers wanting to sell their property by public auction for a number of reasons including certainty of sale, a clear timescale for when their property will be sold and in many other cases such as relocation and executor sales.

  “The auction route is clear-cut because if you sell the property at auction the normal date for completion of sale is 28 days after the auction. The most important element is that the seller has clear title and their solicitor has the contracts for sale drawn up and available to attend the auction on the 10th of March.”

  Ivan added: “Anybody that requires further information in relation to the process of selling at auction can speak to me by calling the office on 090 666 3700 or on my mobile 086-8985013. At Connaughton Auctioneers we do not sell properties without the owner’s consent, therefore prospective purchasers can be confident the property they may purchase is clear of any disputes.

  “We have an extensive marketing campaign planned to attract purchasers from both Ireland and abroad and we require cottages, residential (new and second-hand), commercial, agricultural land and building sites for listing in our auction.

  “As advertised in previous weeks, all current and new clients selling their property with Connaughton Auctioneers can avail of our reduced fees of 1% plus VAT for properties of €250,000 and over. Terms and conditions do apply.”

  All enquiries in confidence to the office 090 666 3700 or to Ivan on 086-8985013.