Wednesday June 3, 2020

Ganly Walters bought by British property firm

The purchase of estate agent Ganly Walters by British company Knight Frank is being seen in property circles as further proof that Irish estate agents believe the commercial property market has peaked.

12th May, 2007

The purchase of estate agent Ganly Walters by British company Knight Frank is being seen in property circles as further proof that Irish estate agents believe the commercial property market has peaked.

Ganly Walters earns two thirds of its income from the commercial property sector with much of the remainder coming from country home sales.

The deal, which was finalised last week, is the latest takeover of an Irish agent by an international company. In...

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