Galway auctioneer reports record sales year despite pandemic
O’Donnellan & Joyce boasts a 21 per cent market share in terms of sales volumes over the past 12 months
Last year proved a record year for sales at Galway-based auctioneers O’Donnellan & Joyce despite the ongoing pandemic.
According to the Daft.ie Business Intelligence Report, the long-established auctioneer boasted a 21 per cent market share in terms of sales volumes over the past 12 months.
Its private treaty department reported transaction values in excess of €70 million in 2020, particularly in the second half of the year following strict lockdown restrictions in Q2.
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