Targeting a new Space in the market

Allsop Space is now setting itself up to become an alternative to selling any property through an agent, writes Philip Connolly.

13th April, 2013
Robert Hoban, head of auctions at Allsop Space: 'We want to just become a normal part of the landscape'. Photo: Tony O'Shea

By the time the last property has gone under the hammer at next month's Allsop Space auction, the auctioneers will have sold some 1,000 properties in two years.

Since setting up in Ireland in 2011, Allsop Space has completed over €136 million in property sales through ten auctions, including €48 million of commercial lots. Initially the auction hit headlines as a spectacle of post-Celtic tiger distress, but as the novelty value dies down, Allsop Space is...

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