Ireland is clearly sold on idea of online auctions

Estate agent IAM Sold hasn’t looked back since moving its property sales online to bypass coronavirus restrictions

22nd November, 2020
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23 Whitworth Road, Drumcondra, Dublin, sold for €526,000, well above its €450,000 reserve

Online auction platform, IAM Sold, which runs the Leinster, Munster, Connacht and Northern Ireland property auctions, has enjoyed continued success during recent months despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Due to restrictions in place since March, the auction house has offered all properties for sale via its online auction platform, allowing bidders to bid from anywhere in the world. All bids are visible online.

During the latest run of online auctions, the team sold a wide range...

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