Auctioneers are known occasionally for employing a little poetic licence in their sales pitches for properties on their books. Honeyed words and dramatic flourishes help to embroider the copy for even the most drab of residences. But ultimately, excitable copy gets exposed when a buyer visits a property first-hand and sees that real picture, good and bad.
This reputation for embroidery doesn’t apply to auctioneering house Sherry FitzGerald, but observers could be forgiven for demanding...
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