Thursday June 4, 2020

Quiet week for auction activity after Allsop site crashes

The crash of Allsop Space's online auction website on Tuesday led to a very quiet week for auction activity, but two other agents sold four properties, including two south Dublin houses.

13th July, 2014
61 Barton Road East, Dundrum: sold for Euro 445,000

The crash of Allsop Space's online auction website on Tuesday led to a very quiet week for auction activity, but two other agents sold four properties, including two south Dublin houses.

An overload by auction viewers caused the crash of the Allsop Space website for what was to be a groundbreaking online auction where bidders could see the competing bidding activity over a period of 24 hours. The website also allowed buyers to complete the...

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