Iam-Sold brings holiday homes to auction

Sellers see an increased demand for Irish holiday homes from overseas buyers

3rd July, 2016
Coumeenole Cottage, Coumeenole, Dunquin, Co Kerry: bids in excess of 199,500 are being sought for the one-bedroom stone cottage

Buyers looking for a bolthole in Ireland are likely to be interested in Iam-Sold’s upcoming property auction on Thursday, July 21 at the Clarion Hotel in Liffey Valley in Dublin.

The agent is hosting a holiday home property auction with a wide selection of dwellings across the country, with a particular focus on coastal homes that would make for ideal escapes. It is also focusing on properties with between two and five acres of...

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